Deloitte, Persistent Systems on expansion mode

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Deloitte, Persistent Systems on expansion mode

Monday May 22, 2023,

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Deloitte to open three more centres in India

Global consulting firm Deloitte will open three new delivery offices in Pune, Chennai, and Kolkata to serve companies globally. This move is in response to the growing demand for skilled professionals across Deloitte’s advisory businesses.

Next year, over 10,000 skilled professionals specialising in various areas, including artificial intelligence, data analytics, cybersecurity, cloud, human capital, assurance, tax, valuations, and mergers and acquisitions, will operate from these locations, Deloitte said.

The company plans to invest in people with a focus on innovative approaches to support learning, digital skills development, and training opportunities. These new offices will allow Deloitte to tap into the specialised talent pool and drive the next phase of growth.

According to Deloitte, the skilled workforce in India is sought after by global organisations for high-end work, highlighting the specialised and nuanced skill sets available.

Persistent Systems opens office in Poland

Engineering services company Persistent Systems opened its first office in Poland to expand its nearshore capabilities in Europe. Situated in Kraków, the new office will be the latest addition to the company’s growing global delivery network and will provide various levels of services for its customers and hiring of local talent.

According to Persistent, Poland is a leading technology innovation hub that offers multiple benefits, including an expansive talent pool, a vibrant ecosystem, access to key markets, and ease of doing business. The technology industry in the country is thriving, given its central location in Europe, economic growth, startup ecosystem, and growing interest from hyper-scalers establishing their operations in Poland.

The company plans to expand its engineering centre with a wide variety of skills, including cloud and product engineering, data and analytics, and customer experience experts. The company aims to leverage these skills and build on its digital engineering expertise by recruiting skilled personnel from various countries.

Manipal Institute of Technology forms upskilling partnership with tech companies

Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) has announced partnerships with Schneider Electric, IBM, NXP Semiconductors, etc., to promote industry-focused learning at the university to enable working professionals to upskill and acquire higher qualifications.

Through these partnerships, the university aims to focus on research, internships, and workforce development, thereby bridging the skills gap between academic learning and market requirements.

The collaboration with Schneider Electric will provide on-the-job post-graduate programmes to the company's employees, enabling employees to upskill without leaving the organisation and receive an M Tech degree.

Precision Biometric, Redington form partnership

Precision Biometric India, a provider of biometric technology-based solutions, has partnered with Redington Limited, a leading IT software and products distributor in India.

The partnership will help Precision make its identity and access management solutions available to a wider range of customers through Redington’s 40,000 partner network.

Redington will distribute Precision Biometric’s InnaIT Framework Server Stack, a patented solution, and InnaIT solutions. The InnaIT Framework addresses the need for reliable identification and authentication, comprising biometric hardware and software modules that can suit all common usage scenarios across industry segments.

Edited by Suman Singh