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OYO opens tech development centre in Hyderabad

Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 10:00 Hrs  [IST]

As per a report in The Hindu Business Line, hospitality company OYO has launched its first tech development centre in Hyderabad. The setting up of the centre aligns with the company’s vision to build in-house technology to solve supply-demand imbalance in real-estate and hospitality, the company said. Primarily an engineering centre, it will focus on developing innovative products for customers, partners and employees. OYO appointed Priyank Choudhary, who joins as Vice President–Engineering for leading the tech development centre.

He will additionally lead micro markets and new products technology. OYO will grow its engineering team based out of the development centre in the coming months. The management and development of various verticals, including holiday packages, sales technology along with products and solutions for corporate travel and travel agents will be based out of the centre.

 
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