Oyo Will Hire 300 Engineers In India; Offers Stock Option, ESOPs To Freshers!
Founded by Agarwal in 2013, OYO is the first Indian startup to be publicly rated by Moody’s and Fitch, and two of the leading international rating agencies. OYO is planning to hire over 300 technology professionals.
The opening is for software development, engineering, product managers, designers, data scientists across entry-level to senior leadership roles.
Oyo is focusing on new features and commits to technology to boost revenue for hotel owners while also improving customer experience.
The engineering team as well as the others who are indulged in the design and product will be in charge of creating long-term capabilities for OYO from the ground up, as well as updating the present tech stack.
OYO Is Hiring
OYO’s evolution to a global full-stack technology provider for small and mid-sized hotels and homes will be accelerated by this hire.
Almost over 50 mid-level tech talent and around 150 campus recruits from top universities across India are already done. Also, around 100 offers will be distributed throughout the upcoming placement season.
“At OYO, we believe in the philosophy to keep the ‘geek’ alive in our techies. We don’t put our talent in a box. Instead, we allow them to think big and think differently. We’ve been blessed to have a diverse pool of tech talent and believe that each new bright mind will bring gripping ideas to the table, ultimately leading towards our goal to build a tech-first global platform that truly sets the tone for the future of travel,”
Ankit Mathuria, Chief Technology Officer, OYO.
“Over the past year and a half, we’ve been doubling down on our technology and pioneered several industry-first innovations to enhance customer experiences and maximise revenues for SMEs of hotels and homes. As an organisation that is deeply committed to solving problems with technology, inducting top tech talent is a key priority for us,”
Dinesh Ramamurthi, Chief Human Resources Officer, OYO.
Microsoft Is In Advanced Talks To Invest In OYO
Microsoft is in advanced talks to invest in OYO at a valuation of $9 billion, the media reported in July. Oyo is one of the most well-known startups in India.
According to a TechCrunch report citing sources, a deal may close soon but the “proposed size of the investment is unclear”. Both Microsoft and OYO declined to comment on the reports