Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Boeing Announces Launch of Engineering & Technology Center in Bangalore; To Employ Hundreds of Engineers In India


Boeing has announced the formal launch of the Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center (BIETC) in Bangalore. Hundreds of local Boeing employees will work to support Boeing – including Information Technology and Data Analytics, Engineering, Research and Technology, and Test. BIETC will leverage a talented pool of employees to increase productivity and long-term competitiveness to support Boeing’s engineering growth in strong global markets like India. 

“When we look for regions of competitiveness for the company around the world, we look at building cost, capability and market access advantages,” said Pratyush Kumar, president for Boeing India. “In India we see a true path towards a mutual partnership for success, and the launch of BIETC is a major step in that direction.”  

“The BIETC and the talented people who work here are strengthening Boeing’s efforts to innovate, compete and win by providing contributions in key technology areas that make our products and services more capable and more valuable,” said Greg Hyslop, Boeing chief technology officer, and senior vice president, Boeing Engineering, Test and Technology.

“Boeing IT has been working in India with Tier-1 suppliers for many years,” said Ted Colbert, Boeing chief information officer and senior vice president, Information and Analytics. “The new center is instrumental in promoting the digital transformation of Boeing by utilizing India’s talent seamlessly with our U.S. teams.”

With a mix of technically proficient engineers, BIETC will undertake high quality technology-driven work to support areas as diverse as the development of advanced environment friendly coatings, data analytics for next generation Airplane Health Management tools, software tools for airlines and airports to improve their operations and reduce costs, automation for more efficient next-generation manufacturing, systems, infrastructure and analytics.

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