Uber on Thursday announced it will hire 85 more engineers in India. This comes on top of the 140 engineers the company said it would hire last month, bringing the total number of engineers in India to 225. Uber also announced Amazon veteran Manikandan Thangarathnam as senior director, who will lead all pilots. and platform engineering. teams in Bangalore.
Manikandan Thangarathnam has over 20 years of experience leading engineering efforts in global majors. He has been with Amazon for 13 years and has built several major platforms and products. In his most recent role, he led the engineering efforts for the Amazon Appstore and was instrumental in bootstrapping the senior technician’s Chennai office and building a large team of engineers.
“This is an exciting opportunity to join Uber and work together to transform the mobility landscape around the world. As the world enters a new normal, adaptability will be a key aspect of ushering in growth. I look forward to it. to lead the brilliant minds of Uber and innovate together for the world, one lap at a time, ”Mani said in a statement.
Uber also recently hired Jayaram Valliyur as a senior director to lead its global financial technology team. Prior to Uber, Jayaram also worked at Amazon for 14 years, where he was responsible for bootstrapping and scaling its Indian development center. “Uber’s technology expansion plans in India align with its vision of making mobility and more affordable delivery and become the backbone of transportation in thousands of cities around the world, “the ride-hailing company said in an official statement. Analyzing the roles of Uber’s various teams, the company noted that the mobility and platform teams are responsible for creating all the technologies that move riders and enable drivers to earn on a dynamic market platform in cities around the world. Uber also noted that the Rider Mobility team is working on the challenge of enabling the next billion trips by building new services including high-capacity vehicles (Uber buses) and The Marketplace team is building a highly available and scalable self-service gateway. to configure, manage and monitor the Application Programming Inte rfaces (API) of each Uber corporate domain, the company concluded.
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Uber has hired two Amazon veterans as senior directors to lead all of the global financial engineering and technology driver and platform teams.
- Uber is hiring another 85 engineers in India.
- Uber has announced Amazon veteran Manikandan Thangarathnam as senior director, who will lead all of the pilots and platform engineering teams in Bangalore.
- Uber also recently hired Jayaram Valliyur as a senior director to lead its global financial technology team.