ORBCOMM, a global mobile network provider company, has opened the largest software development center in Hyderabad, India.
The company is majorly a provider of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions.
ORBCOMM has moved its India operations to a new technology center of excellence and Tier One customer care.
Inauguration of the development center was done by Telangana’s Information Technology Secretary Jayesh Ranjan and ORBCOMM’s Executive Vice President of Product Development Craig Malone.
Furthermore, the company said in a statement that, the new office is the company’s largest software development site and accommodates web and mobile application developers and customer service representatives.
These representatives are part of the company’s global team of technical experts focused on the delivery of its IoT products, services and solutions, the company said.
The new office will even supplement the company’s North America-based customer care team, in addition to supporting ORBCOMM’s continued technological innovation.
This Customer care team, provides 24×7 customer service, for over 1.72 million end-user IoT devices, on its global satellite and cellular networks.
“We opened our new state-of-the-art facility in Hyderabad, to accommodate the continued growth and expansion of ORBCOMM’s business in the global industrial IoT market,” said Craig Malone.
“The office will serve as ORBCOMM’s center of excellence for software development and customer care to support our broad portfolio of IoT solutions and provide the highest level of service to our global customers”, added Mr.Craig.
“We are also looking forward in collaborating with local technology partners and integrators, to deliver ORBCOMM’s advanced technology solutions to government and commercial customers throughout India,” said the Executive Vice President.
Earlier, ORBCOMM was selected by a software company Kevadiya Inc, to provide satellite and cellular communications services and asset tracking and monitoring devices.
The selection was done in support of the Veterans Transportation Service, provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.