Recordent plans to expand teams in Mumbai, Hyderabad

The credit & payment reporting frim is looking for data scientists, business analysts, data engineers and experts from tier II and III cities

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Recordent, the Indian credit and payment reporting fintech platform, is all set to expand its team. It is looking to hire freshers as well as experienced professionals across verticals for offices in Mumbai and Hyderabad. The focus will be on tapping talent from the tier II and III cities.

The hires will mainly be for its tech and data science teams, and therefore, the firm is looking for talented data scientists, business analysts, data engineers and experts.

Having recorded growth with several new client wins, Recordent expects a significant spurt in the upcoming year, which has led to the opening up of several job opportunities in the Company.

The Company plans to source talent from the leading educational institutes, including the IITs, IIMs and the National Institute of Technology, amongst others across Nagpur, Mangalore, Kanpur, Coimbatore and Guwahati.

The Company offers outstanding learning and development opportunities to recent graduates. It has revamped its incentives programme for newcomers, including regular pay hikes through performance-based bonuses and an increment programme.

It has launched a unique support programme to help women professionals restart their careers after a break. In addition, the Company maintains a ‘no questions asked’ leave policy for women professionals.

Winny Patro, CEO, Recordent, shares that the Company has always tried to “hire people who can lead and push the business forward”. Therefore, it is on the lookout for “brilliant minds that share similar beliefs and interests to make decisions that will advance the firm’s objective”.

It is hoped that the new hires will be able to uphold and strengthen Recordent’s “philosophy to empower businesses with optimised cashflows and accelerate secured growth, using the power of data and technology”.

The organisation aims “to develop a winning culture with purpose-driven values,” says Patro.

Launched in 2020, the fintech firm recently received funding of $400,000 from angel investors.

The technology platform helps businesses improve collections by credit profiling their customers with payment data, and reducing risk by providing insights into the payment history of customers. The platform allows businesses to submit their customer dues/invoices to reduce their efforts on collection.

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