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June 25, 2021 6:54 pm
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Fulcrum Digital plans to hire 750 digitech specialists in 2021

Technology firm Fulcrum Digital said that it plans to hire over 750 digital technology specialists this year, a 100% increase in from last year

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Technology firm Fulcrum Digital said that it plans to hire over 750 digital technology specialists this year, a 100% increase in hiring from last year. These will be lateral positions varying from program managers, technical architects, engineers to full-stack developers.

The hiring plans are backed by the continuing growth of large-scale digital transformation programs with global marquee customers and rapid expansion of new customers and geography, said the company.

The company stated that it aims to achieve an equal revenue mix of products and services by 2022 in its core industry verticals — Financial Services, Insurance, Food services, Higher education, Consumer products and services, and digital commerce.

The focus on continuously expanding digital talent and technology capabilities in India comes as part of the company’s broader goal to build a strong foundation for its Global Delivery Centres in India, the US, the , Argentina, Brazil, and Portugal.

Almost, 65% of the hiring for 2021 will be in India. With over 750 employees, India is the single-largest talent hub for the New Jersey-based company. This year’s hiring focuses on specialists and high-end positions such as:

Dhana Kumarasamy, , Fulcrum Digital, said, “Onboarding diverse talent with platform and technology capabilities is one of the core factors that define our success. We are experiencing rapid growth in key regions, and our people continue to be the driving force for this positive shift. Our hiring plans and reskilling program reflect our relevance to global customers and are a testament of our domain expertise, digital solutions, and digital mindset.”

The company said that it has also been expanding its global leadership team in addition to its workforce expansions to drive the next phase of growth, backed by winning large contracts, amid a pandemic-induced surge in demand for digital solutions.

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