Bangalore, formally known as Bengaluru, has earned the nickname of India’s Silicon Valley. It’s become a magnet for high-growth companies and startup capital, establishing its standing as a leading tech hub not just for southern India, but throughout all of Asia. These top tech companies in Bangalore are helping to propel the country’s tech momentum.
Top Bangalore Tech Companies
Top 22 Tech Companies in Bangalore
Companies use Esper’s software to manage their device fleets. Its products cover a broad range of critical functions from deploying to updating hardware devices. Esper provides solutions for businesses across industries like healthcare, retail, education and hospitality.
Epsilon is a global adtech and digital marketing agency with over 8,000 employees working in locations across the U.S., Europe and the Asia Pacific region. The company aims to provide its partners with privacy-safe insights into their customers through a suite of digital media, messaging and loyalty solutions. It also holds a number of patents including consumer-privacy advancements and real-time modeling languages.
Industry: Gaming, Software
Take-Two Interactive Software, or T2, develops, publishes and markets interactive games and entertainment around the world. The company has published products through 2K, Private Division and T2 Mobile Games. T2 designs games for consoles, PCs and mobile devices. The company has a large presence in Bangalore through Take-Two Interactive India Private Limited.
Industry: Big data
Fivetran is an automated data movement platform that takes the “extract, load, transform” data process and makes it low touch. Its tech is designed to allow users to collect and utilize business processes and customer data with maximum efficiency. The global company has served brands like Okta, Dropbox, DocuSign, Morgan Stanley and JetBlue.
Industries: Cloud, information technology, productivity
Videoconferencing giant Zoom has cornered the market on remote learning and conferencing, providing services to individuals, companies and institutions that can use the classic “Zoom meeting” format to facilitate remote collaboration. The company also offers connected conference rooms, messaging and provides in-meeting security services to protect users and information.
Industries: Software, productivity
ServiceNow offers a workflow automation platform for enterprise companies, which can use it to improve their operational efficiency. Its product comes with options for workflows and service management systems for tech, employees, customers and creators, which together allow a client company to automate many of their internal processes.
Industries: Machinery manufacturing, industrial machinery, artificial intelligence, internet of things
Caterpillar makes building equipment, like excavators and lift trucks, for construction and mining. It also produces machinery for heavy industry, like solar turbines and drills for oil and gas extraction. Under Caterpillar’s umbrella is a group of industry brands that includes Hindustan, which provides heavy industry equipment to the Indian market, and MaK, which makes marine engines and generators.
Industries: Cloud, food, hospitality, software
Toast brings together the various systems that restaurants rely on for operations: point-of-sale systems to take credit card payments on site; payment processing to turn swiped cards into payments; and an online ordering platform that allows customers to order their meals remotely and then pick up, receive from a third party delivery service or eat on site.
Industries: Professional services, business consulting, healthtech, artificial intelligence
ZS handles management and tech consulting for client companies with an emphasis on the healthcare space. Using AI and analytics, the company applies its expertise to solve challenges in industries like medical technology, retail, life sciences, health plans, financial services and pharmaceuticals and biotech.
Industry: Edtech, software
Pluralsight is an online education software company that creates and distributes video training curricula for professionals, including software developers, IT admins, scientists and creatives. Individuals or organizations can use its offerings, such as learning paths and assessments to help users learn, optimize and deploy new skill sets.
Industry: Financial services
Northern Trust is a wealth management firm that serves high-net-worth clients, bringing them banking services, financial planning, investment strategy, philanthropy consulting and trust and estate planning. In addition to serving individuals, it provides asset servicing and wealth management to institutions and high-net-worth families.
Q2 is a virtual banking platform that provides most of the services of a traditional banking institution, with the exception of cash services and in-person banking consults. It works with consumer, commercial and fintech clients to service their accounts, manage their funds and provide banking products that client companies can bundle into the package of services they offer to their users.
RingCentral offers a cloud-based phone system that can handle text messaging and business telephone calls. The service can be accessed from a mobile device, desktop computer or desk phone and comes with analytics to help client companies optimize their operations. It also offers functionality for video conferencing, team messaging and walkie-talkie style push-to-talk comms.
Industries: Fintech, software
BlackLine makes software that automates the financial close process, which is the accounting process that verifies and adjusts account balances at the end of accounting cycles and generates financial reports. That process can be time consuming and tedious, and BlackLine says its software expedites those steps and reduces the potential for human error.
Industries: Safety science, sustainability, business consulting
UL Solutions is an expert in the safety sciences space, providing product testing, inspection and certification services to client companies. It is approved by OSHA to inspect and certify industrial equipment and home appliances. The company says the UL Seal shows consumers and insurers that a product is safe.
Industries: Fintech, software, travel
Navan offers solutions for corporate employee expenses and travel management. Client companies use its offerings to book, track, reimburse and report employee expenses and travel from a single dashboard, with flexibility for guest and group travel, access to live travel agents and self-service with an AI booking agent.
Industries: Healthtech, software
eClinical Solutions is a data management services firm that serves more than 100 clients throughout the life sciences industry. By speeding up the pace of research through strategic data management and maximizing data usability with biometrics services, the company aims to bring scientific discoveries to market faster and more equitably.
Industries: Cloud, information technology, productivity, software
Boomi is a cloud-native integration system that can take various entities — from software, applications and IoT devices to data and people — and connect them digitally. In doing this, it eliminates much of the need for manual data entry within a company’s operations. Known in the software space as an ETL tool, which stands for “extract, transform, load,” Boomi essentially takes data from the entities it is connecting, consolidates the information and makes it legible to the rest of the entities in the network.
SmartBear is an optimization company helping clients build quality software. It offers a range of services for software developers and administrators, from automation and performance testing to code review. For example, its UI testing services allow developers to test their software according to various levels of user skill, giving a 360-degree view of an actual user’s experience with the tech.
Industries: Cloud, information technology, security, software
JumpCloud provides solutions that allow businesses and employees to secure their online identities and decrease friction in their digital processes. Its product works by consolidating users’ login information and authentication data for apps and devices into a single sign-on. It operates across Windows, Mac and Linux systems with cross-system integration.
Industry: Real estate
Opendoor is a real estate tech company that serves as an intermediary between homeowners, realtors and buyers. It’s able to make fast offers on properties, typically forgoing walkthroughs or onsite inspections in favor of a virtual walkthrough process. The company then either renovates or quickly relists the property for sale, in a process that is equally streamlined for buyers.
Industries: Cloud, adtech
Acquia’s product is a DXP, or digital experience platform, which integrates multiple software products into a single user interface for digital operations. It covers data and content management in a customizable platform, with the aim of reducing redundancies, gaps in service and incompatibilities across programs and products.