DBS Tech hires 600 fresh graduates to support business growth in India

Hyderabad: To build a tech talent pipeline to support business growth in India, DBS Tech India (DTI), on Monday announced it has onboarded 600 fresh graduates at its Hyderabad office this month.
DBS Tech India, the global technology hub for DBS Bank Limited, rebrands itself from being called DBS Asia Hub 2 (DAH2) to DBS Tech India (DTI), as an integral part of DBS Bank’s strategic technology initiative.
The company is focused on building world class engineering teams, technology and processes to deliver an entire bank on the customers’ phone, DTI, the largest technology and operations hub of DBS Group outside Singapore, said in a release.
DBS Tech India aspires to nurture a pipeline of technology talent to strengthen its technological and engineering capabilities.
With the mission to revolutionize the future of banking and build innovative technologies and software-enabled business platforms, the company aims to achieve the next frontier of excellence as a technology company.
Speaking about the announcement, Jimmy Ng, Group Chief Information Officer and Head of Group Technology & Operations at DBS Bank, said, DBS Tech will propel us forward by enabling us to better attract a diverse pool of talents and diversifying our global workforce into world-class engineering and development teams. We will continue to experiment with emerging technologies, grow our suite of digital assets, and deliver differentiated solutions to DBS and our customers.
DTI has played a pivotal role in delivering products like ‘digibank’ India and India Fast Payments, the UPI platform for DBS Bank India. More recently they have leveraged AI and NLP to enhance the Chatbot capabilities for the bank adding predictive, data driven, unstructured processing & speech capabilities for better customer experience.
Commenting on the announcement, Alex Woo, CEO DBS Tech India, said, the new identity reinforces our commitment and reflects the shift in our attitude of becoming a technology company with a product mindset. (UNI)                                       (pic-credits–CIO.COM)

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