Appinventiv completes 2nd appraisal cycle, gives 22% hike to staff

The digital-transformation company is hiring aggressively from remote locations


Appinventiv, the global end-to-end digital-transformation service provider, has completed its second appraisal cycle this year, with an average increment of 22 per cent for all the members of its 600+ strong workforce. The Company also rewarded people with performance-linked bonuses for showing utmost resilience and delivering optimum results.

At a time when most companies were cutting costs and right-sizing, Appinventiv continued to hire from remote locations in Q2 of FY 20-21. It hired 100 people during the lockdown, and is planning to hire over 300 more. It is all set to record more than 200 per cent growth in revenue in H1 FY 2020 – 2021 vis-à-vis H1 of FY19-20.

Thanks to its contingency plan, the Company was able to successfully maintain business continuity with a few new policies, as well as its fiscal readiness amid the pandemic. Appinventiv ensured a seamless transition to work-from-home for all its people. Remote working and an agile culture allowed it to sustain 100 per cent operational capacity in less than 24 hours and today it claims to be truly acclimatized to the future of work.

Niharika Rawat, manager – HR, Appinventiv proudly shares, “We ensured that there were no COVID – 19 related job losses despite a little business impact initially. All the recent hires are being onboarded virtually even from remote locations and our entire onboarding is focussed on delivering a smooth and hassle-free joining experience.”

The Company boasts of having grown its clientele in the last six months and bagged multiple government projects including some key digital solutions for the Indian and Qatar governments.

The Company, which was established in 2015, has served over 700 clients across industries. Some of the notable clients in the list include Dominos, KFC, IKEA, ABP Live, Supertech and KPMG.

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