IT services management company Nagarro announced that it is looking to to hire 4,500 people to its workforce globally in the upcoming months. The company also stated that its workforce had crossed the 15,000 mark. A statement released by the company mentioned that it is interested in hiring freshers.
“From 8,700 Nagarrians at the end of 2020 to 15,000 Nagarrians fourteen months later – this shows how the global demand for digital engineering has translated into intense growth for Nagarro. The hiring spree continues, even while finding great talent continues to be challenging. We are looking to hire 4,500 people globally in the coming months,” CEO Manas Fuloria noted in a company statement.
The company has also revealed plans to open four new offices in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Patna, expanding its presence to 14 cities in the country. Cecilia Young, managing director at the company, stated that Nagarro’s flexible permanent Work from Anywhere policy was a major reason that was attracting fresh talent.
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The company posted strong third-quarter results in November of last year, showing an increase in revenue of 33.7 per cent year-on-year to €141.0 million.