Ilan Kinreich, COO of Radware, said: We have been hiring more professional staff who will be collaborating with our other R&D centres to better provide fast emerging and diverse solutions suited to customer needs. The move was based on India’s greater synergy with the Asian region amid the economic reforms in India, as well as prompted by the presence of several major Indian customers that do business with Radware.
The company has been present in India since 2002 and has become a provider of application delivery offerings to various industries such as government, banks, financial institutions, manufacturing companies and other enterprise customers in the country.
Nikhil Taneja, country manager of India & SAARC at Radware, said: We are very pleased to be increasing the number of employees and investments in the local market. It is a very positive sign for Radware as well as the application delivery market in general. We are seeing increased demand for Radware solutions in India as carriers, private companies and individuals start to take advantage of the strength of application delivery.
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