PharmEasy to recruit 200+ engineers for its new Development Centers


PharmEasy, a one-stop-shop for all healthcare needs in India, is entering into a hiring spree as it plans to recruit more than 200 engineers in its soon to be opened development centers in cities like Pune, NCR and Hyderabad.

The firm’s initiative to open new development centers comes as the COVID-19 outbreak has encouraged most tech-driven enterprises to hasten their initiatives to match consumer needs better. As a result, there has been an increase in demand for technical talents across the online pharmacy landscape.

Abhinav Yajurvedi, CTO of PharmEasy, says that the new facilities will play as an important catalyst in development and innovation. PharmEasy will provide new opportunities to enthusiastic technology experts across product and engineering, with a flexible work model.

The new development centers will function out of collective working spaces and offer flexible and hybrid working environments for hiring tech talent. This initiative is a step forward for a better future by further engaging engineering talent while addressing the complexities of the healthcare system.

New hires are expected to reinforce PharmEasy's core technology infrastructure and promote innovation and ground-breaking activities in India's underserved healthcare sector.

Hardik Dedhia, Co-Founder at PharmEasy, says their team is focused on establishing the healthcare ecosystem for a contemporary and digital-first India to simplify healthcare and change lives.

The organization is looking for individuals who are particularly skilled and ambitious, and dedicated to the mission. Mr. Dedhia added that PharmEasy is an excellent place to work if they are willing to work in a fast-paced, data-driven, and outcome-oriented environment.

It goes without saying that PharmEasy is developing a wider ecosystem to address outpatient healthcare concerns in the country. It currently has over 6,100 employees and stands as a dominant player in the online pharmacy landscape of India.

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