Bangalore: Financial information provider Thomson Reuters will hire 400 people for its technology unit in Bangalore focused on building solutions for its international legal business.
The new Bangalore hub will support the continued growth of the Thomson Reuters legal business providing workflow solutions to legal, intellectual property, compliance, business and government professionals throughout the world, the company said in a statement. Thomson Reuters employs more than 7,000 people in India.
“These new jobs will play a pivotal role in our strategy to grow our legal business,” said Ken Ross, chief technology officer for Thomson Reuters Legal.
“Specifically, some of the areas we will be looking for experience in are large scale and high availability content management, search and data retrieval including Boolean and natural language search, text processing and software infrastructure” said Rajiv Gupta, head of technology operations, Thomson Reuters Legal India.