GlobalLogic is a digital product engineering services company that was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in San Jose, California. It is a privately held company funded by Partners Group and CPP Investment Board. GlobalLogic provides software product development services, including experience design, complex systems engineering, content engineering, and self-contained engineering labs. The company specializes in software engineering for cloud platforms, embedded software, Internet of things, automotive, mobile applications, and security.
GlobalLogic was initially founded in 2000, with headquarters in Vienna, Virginia, and a delivery center in Noida, India. With funding from New Atlantic Ventures. In 2001, when the company was just 20 people, the board appointed Mr. Peter Harrison as CEO. Vasudev Bhandarkar joined Globallogic as its first Independent Board Member in 2004. The company incubated PineLabs in 2001 and in 2004 hired Lokvir Kapoor to head this subsidiary before spinning it out in 2006 and later selling the business to Sequoia Capital. The company was formerly named Indus Logic and changed its name to GlobalLogic in 2006.
GlobalLogic received Series B Venture round funding of $12.5M from Sequoia Capital and New Enterprise Associates in 2006 and acquired Lambent Technologies, an offshore software R&D services firm based in Nagpur, India with specialization in mobile technology. Also in 2006, GlobalLogic acquired Bonus Technology, an offshore software R&D services firm based in New Jersey with operations out of Kyiv, Ukraine and specializing in mobile and telecommunication technologies. In 2008, GlobalLogic hired Shashank Samant as President, who would later take over the position of CEO in 2012.