Google open Malaysia office, looking for talents
Google has opened up its Malaysia office and is poised to embark to recruit a number of local talents soon. To be operating in the country’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, it will be the company’s second office in Southeast Asia after Singapore. The Singapore office has been operating since 4 years ago.
Local smart, analytical and out-of-box thinkers and talents can look forward to working with one of the world’s most admired companies.
The move is also aligned with the internet giant to offer wider platform for advertising, web services and search experience to Malaysian users and businesses. According to Google Southeast Asia chief, Julian Persaud, Malaysia has one of the largest percentage of users for the company’s flagship browser, Chrome, with more room for growth.
At the moment, Google is operating through more than 60 offices worldwide, with its global headquarted located in Mountain View, California.
Google was founded by two guys, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who were doing their PhDs in Stanford University, USA. Its trademark product, the Google Search, processes more than 1 billion search requests per day, backed with over 1 million servers around the world. Google has also acquired other prominent websites that include YouTube, Blogger and Orkut.
In addition to acquisitions, Google itself has come up with a string of eye-opening products and services that include Gmail, Analytics, Chrome browser, Buzz, Android operating system, Google Maps and so on.
Google has been named as the best company to work for a few times.