Neeyamo expands its operations in Madurai; sets up second office with a capacity of 1600 seats

Neeyamo announced its expansion plans in Madurai. With an existing centre in Madurai’s ELCOT region of 1000 seats, Neeyamo’s second office will have an additional capacity of 1600 seats. The company looks to ramp up its headcount in the region by 1200 in the year ahead. The centre will focus on Neeyamo’s key lines of business – Global Payroll transformation & development of payroll, Time and Absence products.

The platform-based Global Payroll technology provider Neeyamo has around 3,000 employees covering 190+ countries and serves 350+ customers worldwide. The team based out of Madurai primarily works on developing of Payroll, Time & Absence. Neeyamo’s team in Madurai comprises of a team of technology specialists, implementation experts, compliance experts and customer support executives to support their global clients. The company aims at providing a world-class center in Madurai to support its Fortune 500 clients worldwide.

Rangarajan Seshadri, CEO of Neeyamo, said, “We are creating world-class products from Madurai, which is proof of the talent pool available in the region. When we started our first Madurai centre, we realised there weren’t many companies based out of Madurai. We had a good number of people working in our Chennai centre that came from Madurai and neighbouring towns/cities that made us realise the uncaptured talent that Madurai had to offer. We are very pleased with the talent in Madurai. Culturally, people are very humble and grounded. The energy levels in our Madurai centre inspires all of us at Neeyamo!”

In the year of the pandemic, Neeyamo increased its employee count from 1500 to 3000. 80% of which is in smaller cities including Madurai, Thanjavur, Nagpur, Belgaum, and Aurangabad. Having touched nearly 1.5 million lives, Neeyamo renders services out of major product development centres in remote areas across the country. The company is looking to establish Remote Development Centres (RDCs) in 20 cities across India.

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