According to the company, the new Bangalore-based office will complement its existing facility in Noida, India.
The Bangalore facility will occupy a floor in the Prestige Shantiniketan building and will accommodate more than 300 people as the company looks to continue growing.
DSG’s CEO, Tony Varano, told us “one must be willing to try and fail on the road to outsourcing, in order to succeed.”
“It is easy to find an outsourcing partner, but to execute, and make it work, is much more difficult,” he added in response to his press statement in which he said: “We realize some U.S.-based CROs and service organizations have tried and failed to find the winning formula, but we have, and continue to make excellent use of India’s incredible talent pool.”
The company is also enhancing its existing data management department to increase efficiency and align with “structures used within Top Pharma.”
As part of this, DSG is adding a new group around data analytics technology to which will further improve the company’s Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) and self-configure systems products.