Turing, a company that helps businesses to employ software engineers from all over the world, stated that it regards the South-East Asia region’s country as a high-potential market when it announced in June that it would be focusing its efforts on attracting more software developers to Pakistan.
“Pakistan is swiftly rising to the top of the list as a location for growing software development teams. The nation’s IT expertise is a priceless asset that, by exporting their knowledge, might create numerous opportunities for the national exchequer in foreign exchange.
Siddharth claims that Turing once operated in Pakistan but is currently aggressively looking for software developers.
He continued, emphasizing that Pakistan has a wealth of developer talent. “We are actively hiring software engineers to give developers in Pakistan access to remote employment opportunities with major US organizations,” he said.
The CEO added that Pakistan’s IT industry had recently experienced substantial growth, producing some of the top software developers in the world.
He stated that Pakistani programmers are just as good as programmers from other high-tech countries. “The number of IT programs and courses in the nation has expanded, which has enabled many eager developers extend their aptitude.”
According to Siddharth, the platform would help Pakistani developers interact with the top US businesses, bridging the gap between the domestic and international markets. But the CEO declined to say how many Pakistani software developers are currently utilizing Turing’s platform.
According to him, Turing has had exceptional growth and has collected over $140 million in total from investors in its Series D fundraising round, including Stanford StartX, WestBridge Capital in the UK, Foundation Capital in the US, and executives from Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon. More than 300 of the largest US companies, including Johnson & Johnson, Dell, Disney, Coin base, Plume, and VillageMD, have already interacted with thousands of the 1.5 million developers on Turing’s platform currently listed in 150 different countries.
Turing’s future goal is to increase its worldwide footprint by bringing on more talented developers from across the world, broaden its clientele to more prestigious US companies, and quickly scale efforts to support the professional development of its international developer community.