NEW DELHI: Atlassian Corporation Thursday said that the company is committed to delivering its advanced cloud offerings for the Indian market, and aims to increase its workforce following enormous growth potential.
“Atlassian is building products to cater to this demand, while also providing its Indian customers access to its innovative new cloud offerings,” it said in a statement.
Industry estimates suggest that India is witnessing a huge uptake in cloud adoption and with the cloud market expected to grow approximately three-fold to $7.1 billion by 2022.
It’s customers in India include Ola Cabs, Reliance, Walmart Labs, and Flipkart, among others.
Sydney-based company is also aiming to double its number of Indian employees.
The company said that it would hire 300 additional local employees to help support the growth of the world-class Atlassian R&D centre which opened in Bengaluru in 2018.
“In a digital-first market, businesses can no longer rely on built-to-last strategy to keep up with consumer demands. With India embracing digitisation across industries and enterprises accelerating cloud adoption, our solutions are uniquely placed to serve the Indian customers looking to leverage the immense benefits of the cloud,” Archana Rao, CIO, Atlassian said.
The company has also launched new integrations, allowing customers to integrate Atlassian cloud products with Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) for SSO, Google Cloud Identity for SSO and user provisioning, and Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) providers for cloud security.
The company’s long-term focus is to unleash collaboration potential for any team, which is likely to impact 800 million global knowledge workers in the massive, growing software collaboration market, it said in a statement.
Atlassian’s comprehensive cloud security offerings include data residency for customers who want greater control over where their data is located and data encryption at rest and in transit to help guard against unauthorised access.