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The following is an excerpt from an article published by the Industrial Economist.

Started 30 years ago to serve digitalisation and technology needs, today Orion Innovation is well-spread across the globe having both the scale of a large organisation and agility of a boutique firm. Looking to double operations by 2026 in India, Jaepy Kurian, Head of Delivery for India and Arun Paul, Head of Asia Pacific Human Resources, brief on the company’s journey and the plans ahead.

1993 marked an important year in the history of computing. That was when Mosaic, the first graphical web browser was released. The power of computing began to be realised and operations were beginning to digitalise. To service this rising demand, Orion Innovation was set up in Edison, New Jersey. “Our growth can be divided into four phases,” said Kurian and continued, “the first was when the company was established in 1993. The second phase was when the current CEO Raj Patil took over and that is when we started to venture offshore. The third phase is marked by expansion in Europe and in our current fourth phase, we are equally spread across the globe. We have close to 6400 employees who are equally spread across in Americas, Europe and APAC.”

Digitalisation as a horizontal across verticals

With growing presence, Orion Innovation’s services extends across a wide range of sectors including accounting, fintech, sports, telecom, media and entertainment, life sciences and education. “We have presence across the globe in all these sectors. Last month we were chosen as the digital transformation partner for Liverpool FC,” said Kurian. Orion Innovation also acquired Sryas Inc in the last year and this further strengthens the company’s telecom portfolio. In the field of education, they have provided the whole digital platform for the ICSE board and several universities. The company boasts of two of the top three high tech firms and three of the top five network device manufacturers as its client.
India is a fast growing and promising market in terms of digital transformation. The rate of change is happening at a lightning pace and it offers great opportunity. “India is now a hub for technology and innovation. Most of our clients are moving their global innovation and research facilities to India. This shows the skill level in the country. Coupling this with good policy, compliance and government support, we are very bullish on our growth ahead,” said Kurian confidently.

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