Atlassian Corporation, the producer of Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and Trello team collaboration and productivity software, announced plans to hire over 1,500 additional employees by the end of FY24. This aligns with the company’s massive recruitment push as it strengthens its commitment to the Indian market.
The company has an R&D center in Bengaluru with a headcount of 1,400 people. The business stated in an official statement that the hiring will have a strong R&D focus, with posts spanning engineering, product, and design, among others. The new hires will collaborate closely with clients such as Bank of America, Redfin, NASA, Verizon, and Dropbox. Some of their customers in India are Reliance, Ola Cabs, Flipkart, Walmart Labs, etc.
“India’s IT talent is world-class, and we want to hire the smartest technical brains across the country,” said Mr. Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder and co-CEO of Atlassian. Since our local inauguration in 2018, India has been our fastest-growing R&D location internationally, and our doors are now open to talent from all over the country. Our engineers are tackling difficult problems and developing critical items for our entire strategy – it’s a true R&D center for us.”
“I’ve seen how Atlassian’s remarkable success in India, and I’m delighted to have been part of our next growth adventure.” Atlassian’s objectives mirror the business’s long-term goal of being a 100-year organization “where talent, creativity, and passion combine,” said Dinesh Ajmera, Atlassian’s Site Lead in India. We want to hire creative and brilliant individuals who are eager to contribute to our goals, employees who will value an open culture so that everyone’s voice can be heard. We’re looking for employees that will contribute to building products and continue to alter how the world works, Mr. Mike Cannon-Brookes added.