“This is aligned to our strategy to create tangible differentiators to help make our clients more competitive across customer experience functions,” said Partha DeSarkar, global CEO, HGS. “We are excited to expand our presence in Indore as its rich talent provides a great potential for scale and complements our expertise in delivering higher value to clients.”
More than 40 per cent of the growth is expected to be driven by e-commerce, digital wallets and other new-age companies
and a good portion of the new talent would be deployed for such clients, said Sandip Sen, global CEO, Aegis Ltd.
Aegis plans to hire nearly 5,000 this year to cater to the increasing demand for premium business from e-commerce, new-age and telecom companies.
It currently has about 25,000 employees and 80 per cent of them cater to domestic clients as of now.
“About 5,000 people will be added this year. Domestic premium business, as opposed to domestic mass business, is growing. While 40-45 per cent of the growth will come in from new-age companies, 20-25 per cent of the growth is expected to come from premium businesses of telecom companies and the rest will be from financial services,” said Sen.
Aegis has also seen a faster growth in resources in Malaysia, after India, with increased demand from taxi service operators and e-commerce companies.
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