Velotio Technologies, a leading manufacturing engineering company, plans to hire 200 engineers to accelerate its expansion into new global markets.

“We provide digital transformation and product-engineering services to independent software providers, internet service providers and enterprises.” Technologies said.

Velotio’s global customer portfolio includes enterprises listed on NASDAQ, Unicorn Beginners, Y Combinator and Sequoia Funded Companies, and leading manufacturing companies.

“Velotio has recorded a steady growth of 60% YoY over the past four years.

Earlier this year, Velotio received a Certificate of Excellence from the International Authority on Workplace Culture. It is also known as one of the leading software development companies in Clash in India.

Velotio is not only transforming companies digitally, but also helping early-stage startups achieve significant business performance. From IDE to start-up, the company ensures competitive digital products. So far, Velotio has helped its 18 beginner customers make millions.

The company has recently launched the Golang and Kubernets Accelerator program to help young software engineers transform their digital transformation skills. With this program, engineers can develop complex cloud native technologies in just a few months.

Velotio’s leadership is focused on building a high-level company culture with a wide range of learning and development opportunities. In order to attract international talent, the company has introduced long-distance work policies.

“We want to give people the freedom to work from a place where they feel they can do better. We have a fully functional office for those who prefer to work in a remote setting,” said Chirag Jog, CTO-Velotio Technologies.

Velotio is looking at both organic and non-organic growth opportunities by planning to acquire or acquire other product development companies to support its growth strategies.

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