पुणे, 8 December 2022 : CitiusTech, a leader in healthcare technology and consulting services, today announced the opening of its second state-of-the-art technology facility in Pune. The new facility will accommodate 800+ healthcare technology professionals, taking CitiusTech’s Pune footprint to 1,500+. CitiusTech Chief Operating Officer Atul Soneja inaugurated the company’s new office at Kharadi Knowledge Park SEZ.
Atul Soneja, COO, CitiusTech said, “The healthcare sector is rapidly evolving in its journey of transformation through digital, and at CitiusTech, we partner with our clients across payer, provider, health-tech, and life sciences to solve domain-intensive challenges, and help them achieve their growth ambitions. With a people-first approach we are happy to expand our footprint and pleased to inaugurate our second office in Pune, providing talent with the opportunity to make a difference in a fast-growing industry, with focus on areas like digital transformation, product engineering, cloud services and artificial intelligence.”
Founded in 2005, CitiusTech provides a range of digital healthcare technology and consulting services to help over 130 leading healthcare and life sciences organizations worldwide. The company has grown to over 8,000 professionals today across multiple locations in India and globally, with strong expertise across healthcare consulting, digital health solutions, product engineering, data, analytics and AI/ML.
Anupam Shrivastava, SVP & Head – Talent Management added, “Pune is important for CitiusTech from a talent point of view, and the addition of this facility makes Pune our second largest location in India, after Mumbai. We continue to grow at an accelerated pace and are on the lookout for technology professionals who want to make a meaningful difference by building solutions that impact human life.”
CitiusTech recently acquired Wilco Source, one of the world’s leading providers of Salesforce consulting and implementation services for healthcare and life sciences companies. Earlier in October, the company welcomed Bain Capital Private Equity as an investor, joining existing shareholder BPEA EQT who acquired a majority stake in CitiusTech in 2019.