In the current wave, US multinationals who have set up development centres in India include Apple, UiPath, Automation Anywhere, Cargill, Boeing, Linkedin and Exxon. I had visited the Automation Anywhere (AA) facility in Bengaluru last year, which was set up in in 2017. This is apart from 600 persons (mostly engineers) in Vadodara, a centre that focuses on customer support, service and expanding the scope of AA customers’ product journey beyond RPA (robotics process automation). The Bengaluru centre has scaled up to 760 employees, which includes techies and salespeople to grow AA’s local market presence. Bengaluru's focus will be cognitive automation.