Clarion Technologies strengthens India operations

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Clarion Technologies has announced that it will be strengthening its India operations and expanding its portfolio. The company is looking to increase its workforce by 30 per cent by 2020. Seeing the potential, the company is investing in building capabilities in niche and emerging technologies such as machine learning, blockchain, robotic process automation, artificial intelligence etc. Clarion also announced a shift in its talent acquisition strategy from lateral hiring to include freshers from universities.

While the bulk of the company’s revenues come from the US markets, Clarion Technologies announced market entry into Israel as it sees significant potential for technology transformation projects among SMEs.

Ankur Agarwal, Co-Founder & CEO, Clarion Technologies, said, “Businesses are always looking to simplify processes and enhance operations by leveraging technology. While India is the hub of tech talent, gaining access to expertise at the right time is a challenge. This is what we aim to solve. We work as the client’s trusted team to provide technology solutions. Our aim is to increase revenues by 40-50 per cent. We are investing in building the right capabilities, infrastructure and expertise to fuel this growth.”

Swati Agrawal, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Clarion Technologies, said, “In today’s dynamic business environment, businesses must continuously invest to stay ahead of the game. We see tremendous opportunity in catering to niche and emerging technologies such as machine learning, blockchain, robotic process automation, artificial intelligence etc. and are investing to strengthen this expertise. We also want to expand beyond the US to focus on other markets where we see tremendous potential.”

Clarion Technologies is an IT outsourcing company with three development centres located in Pune, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru. The company currently employs over 400 skilled technologists. The company offers end-to-end, customised solution-building for SMBs across industries.

“Clarion is an extension of our team. They really are part of the DNA of their customer and are emotionally committed to their projects. The ability to connect with this company has changed the way we have optimism for the future,” said Jason Lavin – CEO, Golden Communication.

“Clarion has provided the most bug-free code I have ever seen. I have conducted a thorough code review and I continued to be amazed at how clean it is. It will be a joy to maintain in the future,” said Dr Stephen L Pearce, VP – Research and Development, Xtivity.

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