HRS Navigation announces aggressive hiring plans for its R&D and Clinical Support teams

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From its current 90-member-strong team, the company plans on increasing its workforce by 30% with a blend of new talent and experienced professionals to drive innovation and growth.

19th, June 2024: HRS Navigation, a Series A-funded, Bangalore-based health tech company pioneering 'Made in India' medical navigation systems has announced its plans to expand its workforce to 30% - 40% this year from its current 90-member-strong team, focusing on its R&D (Research and Development) and Clinical Support teams. The move aligns with the company’s steady growth trajectory, driven by innovative product releases and a commitment to exceptional customer support.

Aiming for a 30% increase in its workforce, HRS Navigation plans on underscoring its strategic growth and long-term success. This expansion will help bolster the company's capabilities and ensure it meets market demands.

Tailored strategically, HRS Navigation’s hiring initiatives will involve recruiting college graduates and training them extensively, bringing fresh perspectives and cultivating future leaders familiar with the company culture. Additionally, experienced professionals in R&D and Clinical Support are being sought to bring established knowledge and proven expertise. This blend of new talent and seasoned professionals will create well-rounded teams ready to propel the company forward.

Arpit Paliwal, Director of HRS Navigation commented, “We are pleased to announce our aggressive hiring plans, which reflect our commitment to innovation and customer support. HRS Navigation views people as an investment and a cornerstone in achieving our goals while maintaining a competitive edge. We also prioritise the professional development of our employees, offering internal training programs and career advancement opportunities. By expanding our teams with fresh talent and experienced professionals, we are poised to enhance our product offerings and drive the future of precision healthcare.”

The expansion of its R&D and Clinical Support teams is expected to enhance HRS Navigation's products and services significantly. By leveraging top-tier talent and cutting-edge technology, the company aims to make precision technology accessible and affordable worldwide, ultimately improving patient outcomes and transforming lives.

The company is currently seeking individuals skilled in C++ programming and emerging technologies like AI, ML, and computer vision to drive innovation. To facilitate a smooth transition for new team members, a comprehensive induction program and ongoing support from department heads will also be provided.

About HRS Navigation
HRS Navigation is a Bangalore-based health-tech company founded in 2015 and has become a pioneer in the healthcare sector by introducing cutting-edge, Made-in-India surgical navigation systems. Specialising in surgical navigation systems for Neurosurgery, ENT surgery, and Spine surgery, HRS Navigation is the first domestic manufacturer of navigation systems for the aforementioned surgeries. The company is also on the verge of launching a state-of-the-art navigation system specifically designed for orthopaedic surgery, with a focus on total knee replacement.

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