Technopark-based Acsia Technologies to Hire 200 Employees, Auto News, ET Auto
Acsia Technologies, a company based at the Technopark, will soon hire 200 employees to work on their next software development projects for connected, autonomous, shared and electrified automotive technologies. Acsia had recently announced an international collaboration with the Finnish company Basemark for their new partnership program called “Rocksolid Ecosystem”, in which they would collaborate to develop software-defined automotive technology.
The hiring process is expected to begin soon and employees will be split into different teams associated with the projects, according to a press release from the company.
“We recently signed important signings with Basemark, Segula Technologies and other leading automakers around the world. Software development will begin in the second quarter and we need more qualified personnel with us as the business grows, ”said Jijimon Chandran, CEO, Acsia Technologies.
He added that each project will last once started and the hiring process is expected to be completed in six months.
About 60 percent of freshers are expected to be hired for the projects.
“Applicants will go through a rigorous selection process. Developing software for the automotive industry is a complex and exciting job that requires people with the right attitude, passion and basic skills.
Once hired, they will go through many training programs and will be divided into different teams according to their aptitudes and skills, ”he said.
Chandran said that software cards need to be constantly updated and that it is necessary to have a highly skilled team for development and support.
“We are recruiting a team of freshers and experienced people.
For beginners it would be a chance to work with the latest automotive software technologies based on C, C ++, Java and AI / ML.
Many of those we hired in our past projects have had the chance to work with the world’s major car manufacturers in Europe, ”he added.
With the world’s major automakers planning to offer new models, more hires can be expected in the later stages, according to Jijimon.
Launched in 2014, Acsia Technologies Pvt Ltd is currently working on several key sectors of a software-defined automotive ecosystem with leading automakers and Tier 1 suppliers.
The focus on quality processes and technology is helping automakers in their transition from hardware-oriented cars to software-defined cars.