Sasken Technologies

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Sasken Technologies Limited
Public (BSE532663; NSESASKEN)
IndustryProduct Engineering, Digital Transformation Semiconductor, Automotive, Enterprise grade Devices, Smart Devices and Wearables, Industrials, Satcom, Telecom
HeadquartersBangalore, India
Key people
Rajiv C Mody, Chairman, MD & CEO
Neeta Revankar, Whole-time Director & CFO
Venkatesh G, Director
ServicesProduct Engineering and Digital Transformation
RevenueIncrease ~Rs 503.03 Crores (FY 17-18)
Increase ~Rs 206.29 Crores (FY 15-16)
Number of employees
2200(approx) (as of March 2016)

Sasken Technologies Limited (formerly Sasken Communication Technologies Limited) is a technology and service provider based in Bangalore, India, which provides product engineering and digital transformation services to global customers in industries such as semiconductors, automotive, enterprise grade devices, smart devices and wearables, industrials, retail, satcom, and telecom.


Sasken Communication began as the brainchild of Rajiv C Mody, its Chairman, MD & CEO, and 3 other co-founders, Krishna Jhaveri, Suresh Dholakia, and Badru Agarwala. Sasken came into being as Silicon Automation Systems (SAS) in 1989 in a small warehouse in Fremont, California. Later, the company changed its name to Sasken Communication Technologies Limited. The name 'Sasken' is an amalgamation of its original name (SAS) and the Scottish word for knowledge, 'ken'.[citation needed]

In February 2017, Sasken announced that it had changed its name to Sasken Technologies Limited to serve customers in businesses ranging from automotive, smart devices and wearables, industrials, enterprises, satellite, and retail.

Sasken employs 2200+ people, operating from development centers in Bangalore, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad (India), Kaustinen and Tampere (Finland), and Beijing, Shanghai (China). Sasken also has a presence across Germany, Japan, UK, and USA.[citation needed]


  1. Sasken Network Engineering Limited (SNEL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Sasken, was created when the company acquired the operations of Blue Broadband Technologies.
  2. Sasken acquired iSoftTech Private Limited, Chennai in June 2006.
  3. In September 2006, Sasken also acquired a Finnish company named Botnia Hightech Oy. It is now known as Sasken Finland Oy.
  4. On 24 January 07 Sasken has entered into a joint venture with Tata Autocomp, The JV will be known as TACO Sasken Automotive Electronics Pvt Ltd (TSAE)


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