Being an environment that promotes diversity, the 24x7 multi-cuisine cafeteria caters to a diverse set of tastes and palates. Every floor of the building has informal meeting areas, stocked with several beverages including coffee, tea and aerated drinks so that employees can refresh themselves anytime they want.
Common areas across the campus have foosball, carrom, table tennis, pool tables and Kinect consoles. The Visitor Center is an amazing showcase of Microsoft’s technologies and its evolution. The multipurpose sports ground, which converts into a cricket or soccer field along with a basketball court, beach volley ball court and a tennis court, ensure employees can pursue their favorite sport and recharge anytime they want.
With a campus built as much for fun as for work, it’s hardly surprising that some of our employees spend quality family time on weekends, right here.
Some of the Facilities & Services available on campus are as follows:
Specialist doctors and occupational therapists
Fully-equipped gymnasium with trainers, yoga and aerobics classes
Recreational facilities for indoor and outdoor sports
Dedicated bank and ATMs
Landscaped 800 seater outdoor ampitheatre
Air-conditioned bus services
Secure home drop transport at odd hours
Multi-level covered parking facility for over 1500 cars
Mail room and concierge desk
Emergency vehicle breakdown assistance
MSIDC Bangalore is located in the heart of the city’s business district and close to several prominent landmarks. This facility, which houses the adCenter product team formed after the Microsoft Yahoo Search alliance, has been designed by the employees and reflects a warm blend of Microsoft and Yahoo cultures.
Collaboration, Diversity, Being Respectful to each Other and Openness are the key themes around which this facility has been designed. While having all the safety and latest technology features common as in the Hyderabad campus, the new Bangalore office is a harmonious blend of ethnic Indian design and modern structural materials. An interesting element of this building is the predominant use of Braille signage to make access and movement easier for differently abled people.