Press Release: ANB Systems is Currently Expanding

Posted on 19th April 2019

Chennai, India: --(PR.com)-- The workflow management solutions provider looking to increase their staff by 20% at their offshore premises.ANB Systems Private Limited is currently looking to hire 20 additional staff over the next two months to accommodate the growing needs of its flagship eTRACK+ product line. eTRACK+ was recently launched as a Business Process Automation system to manage operations and workflows within an organization. Several organizations in the US have already adopted eTRACK+ as their preferred system to manage day to day business processes.

“This is an exciting time in the launch phase of eTRACK+ as we get ready to introduce a wide range of solutions configured on the core platform. Any business process with a workflow can be configured in the platform with ease,” said Mr. S. Balakrishnan, CEO, ANB Systems Inc.

The offshore development center in Chennai will accommodate the candidates ranging from fresh graduates to top-level management. The skillsets include automation testing, dev ops, full stack development, application specialists, business analysts, and UX specialists with all levels of expertise. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website and send resumes to the careers@anbsystems.com.

About ANB Systems: ANB Systems, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas in the US, is a leading software provider for the energy industry. Established in 1997, ANB builds and customizes state-of-the-art software solutions for demand-side management operations, renewable energy, and retail energy services. With its recently launched flagship product eTRACK+, ANB Systems, Inc. has upgraded from energy efficiency tracking systems provider to workflow management solutions provider to not only empower their clients to become data-savvy, but also to make utilities and several other industries realize their operational efficacy through the implementation of business process workflows for data-management and reporting systems.