Trellance opens new office in India to support Talent Services Division

June 22, 2022 .– Trellance, which describes itself as ananalytics and talent services CUSO, said it has opened a new office in Bangalore, India.

Tom Davis

Tom Davis

The 30,000-square foot space is expected to house 225 new employees within the next 12-18 months, who will support the company’s recently launched Talent Services division, Trellance said.

This is the second office for Trellance in India. Its first India office in Ahmedabad is located in the western state of Gujarat and has approximately 65 employees. Trellance reported it is currently building another office in the city that will hold up to 180 employees.

“Staff in Bangalore will possess a broad spectrum of the industry’s in-demand, high tech skills such as cloud computing, programming, data engineering, data analyst, data scientist, core system developers, business intelligence, visual dashboarding, and system infrastructure,” according to Trellance.

New ‘Concept’

The company said that as part of the Bangalore office it is launching a new concept called “MyTalentCenter.”

“Through MyTalentCenter, a credit union can establish offshore resources in a highly-managed environment,” Trellance stated, adding it “replicates a credit union’s tailored infrastructure and highly secure protocols, while providing a separate physical place for dedicated talent resources with 24/7 monitoring.”

MyTalentCenter services are flexible and scalable, the company said.

Remaining ‘Competitive’

“We are efficiently bringing the credit union industry the advanced technology and talent it needs to remain competitive in financial services,” said Trellance President and CEO Tom Davis, who was in Bangalore for the ribbon-cutting. “We’re joining hundreds of U.S. companies that have a strategic presence in Bangalore to leverage its rich information technology resources for the benefit of our credit union clients.”

Paresh Shah, Trellance’s offshore delivery officer and India managing director, will oversee Trellance operations in India. Shah spent 16 years working in the U.S. telecom industry, and has spent the past 17 years in various Indian cities, including Bangalore, helping U.S. companies establish an offshore presence, Trellance said.

‘Significant Cost Efficiencies’

“India has a large population of highly-educated, English-speaking tech workers who are well-equipped for the global business world,” Shah said. “There is a significant cost efficiency advantage that allows credit unions to leverage three to four times more resources in U.S. dollars, which is very tough to replicate.”

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