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Truecaller reaffirms commitment to India with new Bengaluru office

Union Minister inaugurates Truecaller's Bengaluru office, hails India as a trusted tech partner

16 March 2023


Kunal Tyagi

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  • In Bengaluru, India, Truecaller has established its first office location outside of Sweden.

  • The facility, which has room for up to 250 people, will serve as Truecaller's main base of operations for innovations that launch in India first.

  • Truecaller intends to introduce fresh goods and services aimed primarily at the Indian market.

A caller ID verification platform called Truecaller has built its first original workspace location outside of Sweden in Bengaluru, India. The office can house up to 250 people and has a refurbished space of 30,443 square feet. This facility will act as the primary center for Truecaller's delivery of India-first features and worldwide customer service. The office is Truecaller's most important facility outside of its Stockholm, Sweden, headquarters.

With 246 million users from India, Truecaller now has 338 million active monthly users. The company discussed how the feedback it got from India enabled it to further improve alternatives, which was essential to its capacity for growth and innovation. Using the Truecaller platform, the agency intends to introduce new products and services geared specifically toward the Indian market.

Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Federal Minister of State for Talent Development and Entrepreneurship, Electronics, and Information Technology, officially opened the Bengaluru location. Chandrasekhar congratulated Truecaller and said that the company's choice to establish a world-class office there signifies the growth of India as a trusted science partner to the rest of the globe. He also stated that the government's long-term priorities center on encouraging entrepreneurship and building out India's world-class startup and innovation ecosystem.

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Truecaller's CEO and co-founder, Alan Mamedi, claimed that the company's continued investment in India was demonstrated by the new facility in Bangalore. He mentioned that the company intends to keep providing great travel on their app to support India's digital society and financial system, with confidentiality and privacy serving as their guiding principles. Truecaller is still dedicated to upholding the principles of Digital India, including an accessible, reliable, secure, and honest internet.

The company's success in India has been closely related to the country's rising internet and smartphone usage. The goal of the company is to keep improving its solutions to match the changing needs of its Indian consumers since India has unique chances to provide new products and offerings on the Truecaller platform.

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