Acsia Technologies, the Technopark-based company which creates software solutions for major automotive OEMs and Tier 1s, is all set to hire 200
employees to work in their upcoming projects for developing software for connected, autonomous, shared and electrified automotive technologies. Acsia recently announced an international collaboration with Finland-based company Basemark for their new partner program titled ‘Rocksolid Ecosystem’, in which they would associate for developing software- defined car technology. The hiring process is expected to start soon and the employees will be allocated to different teams associated with the projects.
“We have made some major signings recently with Basemark, Segula Technologies, and some other leading automakers in the world. The development of software will begin in quarter 2 and we need more skilled people with us as the company is expanding,” said Jijimon Chandran, CEO, Acsia Technologies. He added that each project will run for long term once started and the hiring process is expected to be completed in six months. What makes the hiring processexciting is that Acsia has decided on around 60 per cent freshers for the projects.
“The candidates will go through a stringent selection process. Developing software for the automotive industry is a complex and exciting job and it requires people with the right attitude, passion and foundation skills. Once hired, they will be undergoing many training programmes and will be allocated to different teams based on their aptitude and skill. The software in cars needs constant updating. So we always need to have a highly skilled team for development and support,” said Jijimon.
“We are hiring a team of freshers and experienced people. For freshers, this would be a chance to work with the latest software technology in the automotive field based on C, C++, Java and AI/ML. Many we hired during our former projects had a chance to work with the world’s leading carmakers in Europe,” said Jijimon. As the leading carmakers in the world are planning to come up with newer models, more hiring can be expected in later stages, added Jijimon.