Innovative Startup Celebrates Role of Growing Indian Engineering Teams Amid Strong Company Growth and Platform Adoption
Theatro, pioneers of the world’s first voice-controlled mobile platform for the hourly workforce, announced continued company growth as the platform experiences strong adoption across numerous industries. Theatro’s engineers in India and the U.S. have created a leading-edge solution that enables every member of the hourly workforce to access critical business information and communicate with each other instantly, without requiring a hand-held device.
“Theatro is a start-up that is onto something big”
By connecting associates directly to other associates, and to enterprise systems, Theatro’s team has created a one-of-a-kind technology that ensures all employees are in-sync with each other, the organization and the customer. With this platform, retailers, casinos and more are now able to reduce training time, offer more robust service and predict and respond to customer needs.
In the past year, Theatro has been widely recognized for its rapid growth and innovative offering. In Sept., Theatro was named an IDC Innovator in recognition of its voice-controlled mobile platform in IDC’s report, IDC Innovators: Wearable Software Solutions, 2018 (IDC #US44259618). Additionally, in August, Theatro was selected as one of ‘10 Hot AI-powered startups’ by IDG.
Theatro’s top-class engineering teams in Bangalore and Hyderabad are at the forefront of this innovation and are instrumental to Theatro’s ongoing success. Representing a diverse range of engineering expertise, Theatro relies on teams with specialty in IoT, speech technology, cloud, data analytics, speech and AI.
“Theatro is a start-up that is onto something big,” said Chris Todd, CEO, Theatro. “We are rapidly expanding and are actively hiring the best talent across India and the U.S. to maintain our status as an innovative leader in mobile communication for the hourly workforce. Theatro is a great place for the best minds to work together and for new employees to begin their careers learning under great luminaries.”