Canadian health informatics player Pulsus plans to add 2,000 jobs through expansion of health informatics regional language translation activities in its India facilities. The new jobs will be created by setting up a new facility in Chhattisgarh to provide access to healthcare and scientific knowledge in native Indian languages.
PULSUS healthcare and scientific information centers at the Chennai SEZ and in Gurugram are already operational and employs 1000 people. The objective is to grow the firm into a 3,500-employee outfit in India from the present 1500 working out of the Technology Hub in Hyderabad and other 2 centers.
With the support and speedy approvals from state Government and Software technology parks of India Pulsus expects to commercialize the facility and help create 2000+ jobs in Chhattisgarh in the next 12 months at Dantewada, Rajnandgaon, and Raipur. This move is part of PULSUS strategy to tap the growing importance for scientific content translation in regional languages in Hindi, Telugu, Malalayalm, Tamil, Gujarati and Bengali.
It has already got the incentive approval to scale operations in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh; Sangareddy, Telangana for about 4,000 seats. The healthcare informatics player is keen to establish basic healthcare and agriculture information translation facilities in different regions of India. The meeting with Chhattisgarh CM is part of PULSUS expansion strategy and its commitment to create new facilities to translate basic Healthcare and agriculture information in Regional Indian languages in different regional states.
According to Dr. Srinibabu Gedela, chief executive officer, PULSUS, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh assured all support possible to help us scale operations There is a need to think beyond the established IT corridors in the country and create job opportunities for the youth.
PULSUS goal is to become a leading provider for premium scientific content and drug safety studies. The Pulsus Group, with revenues of US$ 9 million and 50 journals, has offices in London, Ontario and now in Hyderabad, besides facilities in Chennai and Gurgaon.