Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024

Bangalore, November 20, 2023: Lingaro Group, a leading global IT company, announces ambitious plans to recruit three times its current number of tech talents from India during the upcoming financial year. This strategic move aligns with Lingaro’s commitment to exponential growth, aiming for a 50–60% increase in the current global team strength.

Lingaro recognizes the Indian market’s significance in its global growth strategy, citing India’s expanding businesses, strong economy, and rich talent pool as key drivers for investment. Speaking about Lingaro’s growth plan, Mr. Suresh Ramamoorthy, Country Head, India, said,

“We at Lingaro recognize the immense potential within India’s burgeoning tech landscape and see it as a key contributor t o our global growth strategy. Our aggressive hiring plans align with our aim to differentiate ourselves as an end-to-end data services provider. We strive to offer clients the services of a highly experienced development team focused on analytics and GenAI. Our expansion in India, a vibrant tech hub with a rich talent ecosystem, showcases our commitment to realizing that goal. By boosting our acquisition of Indian talent across the value chain, we intend to build a world-class delivery organization meeting the diverse needs of global enterprises. At the same time, we will be offering local professionals a great opportunity to gain global exposure with the convenience of working from home.”

India, benefiting from its expansive pool of technology talent, stands out as a leading global destination for technology and knowledge services while also being a preferred location for global capability centers (GCCs).In  FY 2023 alone, the total number of GCCs in India is expected to reach 1570, witnessing robust growth driven by interest from numerous global industry leaders.

Also, according to the NASSCOM report, ‘Technology Sector in India 2023: Strategic Review’, India’s deep technology talent base is projected to reach an approximate total employee count of 5.4 million in FY23, driven mostly by a surge in software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies, GCCs, cloud solutions, and emerging technologies like DeepTech, Gen AI, robotics, and SpaceTech. The Indian tech industry is also heavily investing in recruiting and upskilling new talent, collaborating with the government and academia to foster the growth of talent in cutting-edge tech domains, and is focused on enriching this talent pool in new technological fields.

In India, Lingaro’s hiring focus is on bringing in a wide range of technical skills from data engineers, BI developers, frontend developers, machine learning and AI engineers, and support specialists. Soft skills such as a growth mindset, collaboration, autonomy, and international team experience are also highly valued.

Emphasizing their commitment to learning and development, Lingaro provides its global workforce with a range of upskilling possibilities, including unlimited access to the Udemy Business platform and internal training programs. The Learning & Development Team tailors solutions to address local learning needs, ensuring continuous professional growth and internal mobility initiatives. With the company’s unique “Office- as-an-Option” model, Lingaro allows associates to work from home with the aim of attracting talent across diverse experience and technological spectrums in fields such as development, solution and system architecture, data science, and data management.

The company also takes a comprehensive approach to managing the talent retention challenges widespread in the IT industry. By emphasizing a great working environment, employee engagement, and diverse professional growth opportunities, Lingaro aims to attract and retain top talent globally.

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