The recruitment drive is already in full swing for positions at the company's Gurugram and Bengaluru offices
Autotech company in the pre-owned car market, CARS24 has today announced its plan to further strengthen its technology team by bringing on board around 100 tech experts specialising in key areas such as Research and Development (R&D), data science, engineering, and product development this quarter.
The company said via a release that the recruitment drive underscores its commitment to innovation and customer-centric solutions. In recent months, it has also attracted top technology leaders from renowned global brands who share its vision of reshaping the pre-owned car landscape with modern, tech-driven solutions. With a presence in India, the UAE, Australia, and Thailand, CARS24 continues to lead the way in auto-tech innovation.
The new hires will be central to the development of a vertically integrated product, discovering smooth solutions, accelerating innovations, and flexibly configuring systems to stay in sync with the ever-evolving customer demands. Collectively, they will sculpt a future where innovation thrives, and systems evolve seamlessly. The recruitment drive is already in full swing for positions at the company's Gurugram and Bengaluru offices, the release added.
Talking about it, Marut Singh, chief technology officer at CARS24, added, "Our upcoming hiring drive represents a pivotal step in our journey toward technological excellence. Just as the finest automobiles are meticulously engineered for a smooth ride, our new tech talents will be the driving force behind our transformation."
This announcement follows the recent appointment of Sami Alam and Shohit Shrivastava in leadership roles as well as the launch of an R&D center in Bengaluru, emphasising the company's dedication to technology investment and top-tier tech talent recruitment.
Founded in 2015, CARS24 is a leading AutoTech company streamlining and revolutionising the sale, purchase, and financing of pre-owned cars in India, Australia, Thailand, and UAE.