OpsRamp Joins NASSCOM
August 15, 2022
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OpsRamp has been certified as a member of the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), the premier trade body and chamber of commerce for the tech industry in India.

NASSCOM membership is granted to technology companies that have extensive operations in India and contribute innovations to the Indian IT industry and society.

NASSCOM, a not-for-profit industry association, is the apex body for the $227 billion Information Technology -Business Process Management industry in India, the industry that provides the highest percentage of employment in the Indian private sector. NASSCOM is focused on building the architecture integral to the development of the IT-BPM sector in India through policy advocacy, while helping to set the strategic direction for the sector to unleash its potential and dominate newer frontiers. There are more than 3,000 member companies in NASSCOM, including Indian-based firms and global companies with a presence in India

OpsRamp’s membership in NASSCOM has opened new avenues for the company to participate at a deeper level in the Indian IT sector, enabling it to contribute to the upskilling and reskilling of the Indian technology workforce, advance technology innovation in the country and generate new business opportunities, both domestic and international. OpsRamp will participate in multiple councils, initiatives and events at NASSCOM and contribute to the organization’s thought leadership.

“This certification is a validation of the vision and adherence to high quality procedures and performance that are everyday practice at OpsRamp,” said Varma Kunaparaju, CEO of OpsRamp. “Such industry certifications only reaffirm our commitment to deliver best-in-class products to our clients, share best practices with the IT community and support growth of the IT industry in India. We are extremely proud to join NASSCOM.”

OpsRamp has more than 250 employees in India, working at its offices in Hyderabad, Bangalore and Bhimavaram as well as remote locations throughout the country. These employees are spread across engineering, product management, customer support, marketing, sales, alliances, finance and administrative roles.

“Our membership in NASSCOM will allow us to add value to the technology industry in India, while building awareness among the growing IT operations management community in the country,” said Bill Talbot, CMO of OpsRamp. “We’re looking forward to building our presence in the country and increasing our contributions to its technology sector.”

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