Truecaller Starts First Office in India Set to Develop India specific Features

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Caller ID verification app Truecaller on Thursday announced the launch of its first exclusive office outside Sweden in Bengaluru. The company said that it will use this office to develop special features for India. This company, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, started its business in India about a decade ago.

Truecaller’s office was inaugurated virtually by Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Electronics and IT. In a press release issued by the company, it has been said that this office with more than 30,400 square feet of space has a capacity of about 250 workers. Modern technology and facilities are available in it. truecaller There are approximately 33.8 crore monthly active users and out of these, 24.6 crore users are from India. The company says that there are unique opportunities to launch new products and services on the Truecaller platform in India. Truecaller said the feedback it received has helped it improve its solutions, which is critical to its growth and innovation capabilities.

Congratulating the company, Chandrashekhar said that Truecaller’s decision to open an exclusive office in India shows the country’s growth as a trusted technology partner for the world. He said, “The central government’s focus is on enabling entrepreneurship and strengthening the innovation and startup ecosystem. The journey so far to one of the fastest growing ecosystems in the world is the result of many years of hard work in which our Prime Minister It has included the key goals of making India a power in technology.”

The company’s CEO and co-founder, Alan Mamedi, said that Truecaller’s new office in Bengaluru confirms the company’s continued investment in India. He said, “We want to continue to meet the needs of India’s digital society with the best experience, safety and privacy on our app.” In India, the world’s second largest smartphone market, interest from foreign device companies like Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi and Vivo as well as apps and technology companies is also increasing.

(This news has not been edited by the NDTV team. It is published directly from the syndicated feed.)

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