On Monday, one of the leading e-pharmacy firms, PharmEasy, released a statement saying that they are looking to hire over 200 engineers for their soon-to-be-launched development centers in Hyderabad, the NCR region, and Pune.
Hardik Dedhia, PharmEasy Co-Founder, said that their team's focus lies on building the healthcare ecosystem for a digital-first and modern India. He also added that they are looking for exceptionally motivated and talented individuals who are committed to the company's vision.
The reports suggest that the company is aiming to build a bigger ecosystem to resolve outpatient healthcare challenges, bridging the gap in the industry of healthcare. Currently, this Mumbai-based startup has a workforce of over 6,000 employees.
Seven-year-old PharmEasy claims that their initiative to launch a fresh development center coincides with the hiked digital adoption due to the COVID pandemic. The company also adds that this increased consumer demand has increased the demand for tech skills as well across the spectrum.
According to Abhinav Yajurvedi, chief technology officer (CTO) of PharmEasy, their new facilities will serve as an important hub for driving innovation and development.
Founded by Dhaval Shah, Dharmil Sheth, Hardik Dedhia, Harsh Parekh, and Siddharth Shah, PharmEasy caters to the chronic care segment and offers a wide range of services such as medicine deliveries, teleconsultation, and sample collections for diagnostic tests. It operates a B2B (business-to-business) pharma marketplace with 6,000 consultation clinics with 90,000 partner retailers across the country.