Bangalore-based analytics solutions provider Visionet Systems plans to hire around 800 within six months to expand India operations. The company which is experiencing high-growth in double digits is planning to diversify its solutions portfolio and venture into emerging technologies like cloud computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual reality and augmented reality. Besides broadening its portfolio, the company is expanding its centre of excellence and targeting upcoming verticals.
The firm which has been operating on a service delivery model is known for offering analytics solutions for the BFSI sector. Given its excellent track record in the finance industry, the company plans to expand into the mortgage industry as well. In addition to that, reports indicate that 60% of the new workforce hired will be working on FSI, sector. Other areas that the teams will work on are e-commerce, retail, CPG and agro-chemical. The teams shall also focus on capability building along horizontal service lines.
Alok Bansal, Managing Director, Visionet told PTI, “Visionet continues to see a strong growth trajectory in India, and this year, we plan to add on the workforce to the company's strength. We are planning to hire around 800 people in the next six months which will take our team strength to over 2,500 in India. We are looking to grow 30 per cent in revenue and head count on a year-on-year basis”.
The company, which has been operating for the last 12 years counts big banner names like Kellwood, MattressFirm, Steve Madden, Revlon among its clients.
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