Pegasystems Hosts AIKYA 2017 to Commemorate a Decade in India
INDIA – December 02, 2017 – Pegasystems Inc. (NASDAQ: PEGA), the software company empowering customer engagement at the world’s leading enterprises, today hosted its 10th year of AIKYA celebrations, their annual employee day. Centered on the theme ‘Dus Ka Dum – the power of change,’ the event highlighted Pega’s decade-long journey in India. Students across 10 government schools affiliated with Pega Teach for Change (PTFC) program, Pega’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, participated in the event. The annual celebration included dance performances by Pega employees and the PTFC-affilated government school students, who wowed the audience with stellar Bollywood numbers. This was followed by an energetic performance by the celebrated Meet Brothers. Everyone was dressed in traditional attire adding to the festive appeal of the event.
Speaking on the occasion, Suman Reddy, India managing director, Pegasystemssaid, “We are delighted to celebrate Pega India’s 10th AIKYA thisyear. The journey that started with a modest goal of establishing a smallR&D center in India back in 2007 has come a long way. Today, Pega is highlyrecognized and regarded as a leading software company that fosters constantinnovation from their world class R&D centers across Hyderabad andBangalore with over 1,500 people to help Global 3000 organizations meet theirconstantly evolving business needs. AIKYA is a great event that brings all ofour Pega extended families together to celebrate our achievements.”
Pega started their India operations in 2007 and has grown exponentially inthe past decade. With offices in Hyderabad and Bangalore, the Pega team workson R&D, industry framework solutions, and customer support solutions, whilealso supporting the global engineering team by creating innovative solutionsout of India, Pega’s largest R&D center globally. Earlier this year, Pega announced their firstCSR program, Pega Teach for Change, aimed at giving back to the society andenhancing the quality of education for government school students.