ASM Technologies

ASM Technologies

1,000 Total Employees
Year Founded: 1992

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ASM Technologies Limited was founded in 1992, and listed as a public limited company in 1994. Today, we are one of India’s most reliable name in the field of engineering and technological services, providing top-notch solutions for product development across various business verticals. Headquartered in Bengaluru, India, we also have offices in Singapore, USA, UK, Canada, Mexico and Japan. Our extensive set of capable and talented engineers, design and develop projects on par with global standards to deliver international-class products within scheduled timelines. We work collaboratively, adding our domain expertise and knowledge, to your ideas. This partnership helps the co-creation of comprehensive solutions that are professionally competitive and qualitative, thereby ensuring that the end-product is nothing short of excellent. ASM Technologies have partnered with world-class organizations and institutions to ensure end-to-end agility, credibility and security in every project we undertake. No project is too large or small. If you have any engineering challenge, or if you are interested in any of our services, we would love to talk with you and work with you to find the right solution

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OnSite Workspace

Employees work from physical offices.

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HQBangalore, IN

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