Enterprise cloud OS firm Nutanix has officially commissioned its new India headquarters as the company continues investment and reconfirms India as a key Centre of Innovation for customers, globally.
The new Bengaluru HQ is spread over 200,000 squares in the midst of the city’s thriving IT hub. The facility brings together the sales, engineering, R&D, service and support functions under one roof, and boasts a modern, open plan and engaging workplace, with multiple collaborative and creative spaces as well as an in-house gym, sleep pods, and gaming zones. The new campus also has a fully catered canteen facility providing a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu service for staff.
The state-of-the-art facility has been developed to maximize the Nutanix presence in the city, attract more engineering and support staff, and further showcase the company’s expansive portfolio of enterprise solutions - to grow its regional client base.
Commenting on the announcement, Sankalp Saxena, Senior Vice President and Managing Director - Operations, India, Nutanix, stated, “We’re excited by our new home and the opportunities it provides us. India is integral to delivering the best solutions and service to our global customers and this facility marks yet another step in our ongoing commitment to the country.”
Bengaluru is one of 10 Nutanix Customer Support Centres of Excellence globally, 5 of which are Asia based. The Beijing, Sydney, Tokyo, Pune, and Bengaluru centers highlight the rising importance Asia plays in respect of the enterprise cloud leader’s regional and global ambitions.
In particular, the Bengaluru headquarters is part of a continuing expansion for Nutanix in India and follows recent moves into tier 2 cities and the recent appointments of Balakrishnan Anantharaman as Vice President and Managing Director of Sales for India and SAARC. The HQ will enable Nutanix to expand its innovation ecosystem and grow its investment in talent within the country and continue to nurture a strong internship and incubation program with the support of local colleges.