The software giant, Adobe, is opening its office in Bengaluru, India. It would bring employment opportunities for over 2000 people. The company already employs over 7800 people in India with campuses spread across five places. After the setup of the new office, Adobe shall have the second-largest employee base after the USA. This space is going to be Adobe’s foremost hub for software innovation and business development.
The Country Manager – Adobe India and SVP – Document Cloud, Adobe, Abhigyan Modi said, “Adobe was among the first technology companies to invest in India 25 years ago. Today, our India teams are central to Adobe’s global innovation agenda and cross-cloud leadership.” He added, “Our Bengaluru office expansion marks the next chapter in Adobe’s incredible journey in India.”
The Indian teams are leading the print business and digital learning thereby striding product development across Document Cloud. This is also leading to more reach for Experience Cloud solutions. With AI-led innovation, they are also reimagining the Creative apps ecosystem.
Adobe also announced earlier in March the opening of Founders Tower in San Jose, California. The Vice President, Employee Experience, Adobe India, Abdul Jaleel said, “With the opening of our new office tower, we’re expanding our presence and commitment to India, adding capacity and growing our innovation out of the Bengaluru campus.”
About the new office
The new tower would be designed considering the hybrid workplace philosophy and digital-first mindset of Adobe. Moreover, it shall center around empowering and inspiring employees to build connections, enable creativity, foster community and come together during the times that matter.
Adobe said that each floor shall have unique spaces like collaborative co-working spaces, quiet focus rooms, vibrant meeting rooms, modern workstations, etc. that employees can take advantage of.