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Fintech firm CASHe to hire 300 people, set up Technology Excellence Centre in Hyderabad

Sumit Vishwakarma
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Fintech company CASHe has announced plans to hire 300 new employees by the end of this year.

The expansion includes setting up a new technology excellence centre in Hyderabad to enhance its digital engineering capabilities.

The Hyderabad facility will serve as a "centre of excellence," supporting the company's technological needs across various verticals, including lending, insurance, and wealth management.

Focused on expanding


According to CASHe's CEO, Yashoraj Tyagi, the fintech industry is undergoing significant transformation, driving the need for expanded teams and infrastructure.

"We are swiftly expanding our teams and infrastructure to meet the increasing demand for our fintech solutions in lending, insurance, and wealth tech space," Tyagi stated.

The new facility's strategic location in Hyderabad, one of India's premier business hubs, is expected to help the company increase its workforce and better serve its growing customer base.

Available roles

The hiring will cover various experience levels and domains, including technology, data sciences, machine learning, DevOps, TechOps, product development, credit, and collections.

The company currently employs 550 people across its Hyderabad and Mumbai centres, with 90 employees in Hyderabad. Among the 300 new hires, 150 will be specifically for the new Hyderabad centre.

When will the new centre be operational?

CASHe plans to ramp up the new technology excellence centre in Hyderabad by the third quarter of 2025. This timeline aligns with the company's goal to meet the increasing technological demands of its business operations.

The new centre will play a crucial role in supporting the company's teams from its lending, insurance, and wealth management verticals.

Aligning with CASHe's broader strategy

The expansion aligns with CASHe's broader strategy to strengthen its presence in India's fintech sector. By setting up the new centre and hiring additional talent, CASHe aims to enhance its in-house digital engineering capabilities and support its diverse range of financial products and services.

The company believes that this move will enable it to better serve its expanding customer base and address the evolving demands of the fintech industry.