Fulcrum Digital plans to increase its workforce by more than 50 per cent. The Company’s current employee strength is around 1000, to which it plans to add another 450 technology professionals.
Last year in June the company had announced that it planned to hire 750 professionals which was almost double of its then existing workforce.
This seems like yet another ambitious hiring plan. Despite this being a time when there is more news of layoffs than hiring, companies seeking to increase their workforce are finding it difficult to find the right talent.
The Company claims its hiring ambition is backed by multi-year digital transformation programmes with marquee customers in India, the US, UK, and rapid growth in new markets.
Most of the additions in the technology department will be in the form of data engineers, reliability engineers, full-stack developers, Magento developers, solution architects, business analysts and programme managers.
Dhana Kumarasamy, CEO, Fulcrum Digital, says, “As a rapidly-growing company, our expansion strategy lies in strengthening our India Global Delivery Centre (GDC). Our Pune GDC supports global clients with business platform engineering and implementation, digital engineering, cloud integration, consultancy and managed engineering services. By scaling our India operations, we aim to play a pivotal role in supporting our clients’ growth strategy by delivering top-notch technology services to them, globally.”