Tredence, leading data science and artificial intelligence (AI) engineering company, will add 1,000 technology professionals to its workforce over the next one year, to fulfil the demand for expertise in AI and data science. The Company is looking for data analysts, business analysts, data engineers, data scientists, data product owners, cloud platform developers as well as technical architects.
As conveyed by Shub Bhowmick, CEO and co-founder, Tredence, this hiring is part of the firm’s strategy to “invest in and build a strong talent pool of analytics and engineering professionals to drive accelerated value for our clients.” Quite recently, following a Series A funding, the Company has launched an ambitious growth and expansion plan. It also announced an employee stock buyback programme of $3.5 million, as a way to reward its loyal employees and contributors.
Over the last seven months itself, Tredence has taken on over 500 employees across diverse roles and skill sets. This helped the Company reach the milestone of 1,000 employees, globally.
Ever since the Company was launched in 2013, it has been growing consistently, posting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 50 per cent. Saurabh Upadhyay, chief people officer, Tredence, calls it a “a people-first organisation,” that is “meticulous about choosing the best talent and committed to investing in the employees’ career and personal growth.”
The Company took strong measures to support its employees during the pandemic, offering COVID-19 insurance, COVID helpline, vaccination drives, wellness leaves and more. Through its innovation platform, Tredence Studio, it allow employees to ideate, prototype and co-create solutions in collaboration with clients.
As an adaptive company, it is focussed on creating a “culture of continuous learning and shaping career opportunities for professionals to stay ahead of the times.”
Harish Gudi, chief operating officer says that the Company’s “hiring and growth plans are strategically mapped to meet the needs of our clients. We relentlessly focus on integrating advanced solutions and purposeful innovation into the fabric of our clients’ businesses.”
He feels, “Tredence bridges the gap between insight creation and value realisation—the space we call the ‘last mile adoption of analytics’.