DUBLIN, OH and SANTA CLARA, CA and PUNE, INDIA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/03/13 --
Persistent Systems (BOMBAY: PERSISTENT) (NSE: PERSISTENT), the global leader in software product development and technology services, today announced it has opened its first US-based collaborative software product development center in Dublin, Ohio. Lt. Governor Mary Taylor joined local officials and Persistent Systems executives for the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony on site at the newly architected building designed by Columbus, Ohio'sWSA Studio.
With over 85% of Persistent Systems' business coming from US clients, the establishment of a domestic collaborative software development center allows Persistent Systems to further strengthen and expand its relationships with regional companies in delivering next generation cloud computing, analytics, mobility and social collaboration solutions.
Persistent Systems selected its new facility based on the Columbus Ohio region's available technical talent, proximity to leading academic institutions including The Ohio State University and other regional colleges and universities, central location and excellent access to North American markets. The company will begin hiring immediately for 56 positions and plans to scale up to 100 employees at this site.
"Ohio continues to attract forward thinking companies like Persistent Systems who are creating next generation, high-tech, innovative jobs," said Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor. "We are excited to celebrate with Persistent Systems their decision to select Dublin as the location for their innovative center."
The Ohio facility is specifically designed to help enterprises create rapid prototypes of next generation applications leveraging analytic technologies and utilizing perceptual computing driven innovative user interfaces. The facility will have a strong focus initially on enabling enterprises to make better business decisions through big data analytics -- the process of examining large amounts of data of a variety of types to uncover hidden patterns and unknown correlations. With this new center, Persistent Systems will be supporting innovative regional businesses including its client, Cardinal Health.
"Persistent Systems is looking forward to attracting the brightest graduates specializing in the fields of computer science, engineering and statistics from the many excellent colleges and universities in the Columbus Region," said Hari Haran, President of Persistent Systems, Inc. "As a global company, domestic sourcing or onshoring plays a strategic role in strengthening our long term partnerships with our clients. Now with our Collaborative Software Development Center, we can be even closer to our clients to deliver even higher value cutting edge solutions and accelerating time to market."