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New Delhi: French IT company Expleo‘s Indian arm plans to more than double its workforce in the country by hiring around 5,000 people over a period of two-and-a-half years, a senior official of the company said. Expleo Solutions CEO and MD Balaji Viswanathan, who heads India business, told PTI that the company sees growth primarily on account of expansion of business in the US.
“The company aims to hire an additional more than 5,000 people over the next two-and-a-half years, including a focus on hiring fresh graduates. While other larger players are slowing down on hiring fresh graduates, the company believes it will provide future growth acceleration. The expectation is to double the current workforce of around 4,700 people, reaching a little over 9,700 employees,” he said.
Expleo works with multiple industries on a global scale, with a primary focus on aerospace, automotive, and transportation.
Aerospace accounts for about 40 per cent of Expleo global business, automotive 35 per cent, transportation 10 per cent and the remaining 15 per cent comes from other sectors.
“In India, Expleo has identified a segmented target public that emphasizes the need to shift focus towards technology services, specifically banking, financial services, insurance, and enterprise resource planning (ERP).
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