GyanSys opens global headquarters, announces new jobs
By Heather Lusk
As GyanSys celebrated its first decade in business, founder and CEO Rajkishore Una officially opened the company’s global headquarters in Carmel on Aug. 26 and announced the addition of 246 jobs by 2020.
“I look back to the last 10 years as a great journey for all of us,” Una said, “and as we look ahead … it will be more exciting.”
“We want to drive data efficiency and productivity to new technologies,” he said.
Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann, a special guest during the ceremony, said that more than 50 percent of companies coming to Indiana in 2015 have been technology companies.
“The technology industry has added 5,000 central Indiana jobs since 2009 and they’re growing at a rate of 17 percent,” she said.
“We are now ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 fastest growing tech communities in the metropolitan Indianapolis area,” Ellspermann said.
Carmel City County Councilor Sue Finkam noted that the road providing access to the new facility didn’t exist 10 years earlier.
“Yet this city built this road for the exact purpose of encouraging just this type of investment, the kind of high tech business developments that are locating and expanding in Carmel,” she said.
Prior to a ribbon cutting ceremony, Ellspermann lit a lamp as part of an Indian tradition evoking positive energy and success.
The company has more than 500 employees worldwide with offices in India and the Philippines. They partner with Fortune 1000 companies to integrate and implement SAP, Microsoft and other software platforms.