Truecaller office space outside Sweden headquarters in Bengaluru
Truecaller, a global communications and Caller ID platform, today opened its largest office in Bengaluru. Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, as well as Electronics and Information Technology, virtually inaugurated this establishment.
According to a statement issued by the Stockholm-based company, the opening of the Bengaluru office is a significant step forward in Truecaller’s journey in India. Truecallers has grown to 338 million monthly active users in India, of which approximately 246 million are Indian. Its Bengaluru headquarters can house up to 250 employees.
“Office in India is representative of India’s growth as a trusted technology partner to the world,” Chandrasekhar said at the office’s opening. The government’s vision and focus is on fostering entrepreneurship and expanding India’s vibrant innovation and startup ecosystem.”
“The journey to where we are today in 2023 as one of the most thrilling and speediest ecosystems on earth has been a result of the hard work of many years where our Prime Minister had highlighted and set out one of the key goals of making India a technology enabler. “I wish you all the best at Truecaller, and I hope you continue to grow, thrive, and succeed,” he got to add.
“I am very appreciative to be here for this inauguration and see our India footprint grow,” said Alan Mamedi, CEO & Co-Founder of Truecaller. This facility confirms our continued investment in India. We want to continue to provide the best app experience for India’s digital society and economy, with safety and privacy as core operating principles.”
He also stated that the company’s growth in India is closely related to the increasing use of smartphones and the internet. He praised the minister for hastening the digital revolution. “We are overjoyed and grateful to him for his assistance on our journey. We remain committed to our users’ safety and the Digital India values of openness, trust, and security.