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Hitachi Vantara to focus on data intelligence to grow in Indian market

Hitachi Vantara, a US-headquartered data storage and management company, is committed to providing intelligent data management offerings from only data storage solutions in India as its adoption increases. To better serve the market, it intends to expand its operations in India.

The move came when the company saw that a major challenge faced by customers in the Indian market was understanding what data to store as the volume of data grows exponentially as it is generated by various sources, e.g. sales in the retail environment through IoT devices, smartphones and more. To discover a useful and affordable approach to data storage, Hitachi Vantara believes it is important to consider data intelligence alongside data retention.

Radhika Krishnan, Chief Product Officer, Hitachi Vantara, said: “We’re pushing the idea of ​​intelligent data management and ensuring the highest level of data quality, because in most environments, data tends to be repetitive, irrelevant, messy, or dark places where you don’t even know., that the data exists. So most of our roadmap leans towards data intelligence rather than pure data storage.”

This is where Hitachi Vantara believes to offer a differentiated proposition to the market and many customers in India are certainly picking up on the key value proposition will certainly resonate with them, she added.

Expansion in India
As the company locates some of the most skilled high-tech talent in India, it plans to increase its workforce and hire employees for broader product management, product marketing and market sensing functions.

“We see India not only as a center of development, but also as a strategic center of competence for us. We are hiring not only for engineers, but also for other functions. By co-locating all the functions, we will be able to take all the products out of the Indian offices to better cater to the Indian market,” said Krishnan.

One-third of Hitachi Vantara’s global workforce is based in India. It intends to increase the workforce to half of the total over the next three to five years.

“We are very excited about the market opportunities that Indian customers present and the market seems smart to use this business transformation offering. We are fully committed to bringing the best products to market while being based in our Indian offices,” said Krishnan. Newsboardforme

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