Hyderabad: Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), a leading global provider of data, technology and market infrastructure, on Tuesday announced to hire 500 more technology experts this year as a part of our India growth trajectory.
ICE started its operations in Hyderabad in November 2019 with approximately 500 employees and has grown over the past several years to a team of more than 900 people – doubling its office space in the RMZ Skyview building to 175,000 square feet, the US-based leading global provider of data services and technology solutions company said in a release here.
ICE Mortgage Technology’s (previously Ellie Mae) presence in Pune dates to early 2000 and comprises approximately 1,100 employees. It recently added two new floors, creating a spacious campus of 98,000 square feet in Pune with state-of-the-art facilities for employees.
Over the past three years, we have grown tremendously in India” said Sachi Pati, Head of ICE India. For almost two decades, ICE’s office in Pune has catered to providing ICE Mortgage Technology customers with critical technical and operational infrastructure.
The team has grown meaningfully and has become an epicenter for research and development initiatives that have further advanced the technology of ICE Mortgage Technology’s platform and amplified its capabilities in machine learning and artificial intelligence, Pati said.
“India remains a critical part of ICE’s global growth strategy,” and “Our investment in attracting and developing talent in the region has borne tremendous fruit, said Mayur Kapani, Chief Technology Officer at ICE. Joe Tyrrell, President of ICE Mortgage Technology said ICE has invested significantly in India through its hiring, infrastructure and facilities and intends to continue expanding in the country with approximately 500 additional advanced skilled professionals across software engineering, operations, and data streams in 2022 alone.
The Company will focus on leveraging the talent pool in the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (AIML) engineers to augment how its customers use ICE’s technology, improve business processes, and reduce transaction times, Joe added.