IT firm Axtria Inc. to hire 1,000+ people in data science, software development, and data engineering

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IT firm Axtria Inc. to hire 1,000+ people in data science, software development, and data engineering
IT firm Axtria Inc. to hire 1,000+ people in data science, software development, and data engineering

Increasing demand for data-driven analytics solutions and the adoption of AI technologies among life sciences businesses across the globe are the main reasons Axtria plans for the expansion

Focusing on the life sciences industry, IT firm Axtria Inc. plans to hire over 1,000 people in data science, software development, and data engineering in the next eight months, the company said on Sunday.

The IT firm said in a statement that it is hiring for its offices in Gurugram, Bengaluru, and Noida, with new centres coming up in Pune and Hyderabad.

“Axtria will significantly expand its headcount with over 1,000 data scientists, software developers, and data engineers across its office locations in the country in the next 8–10 months,” it said.

Increasing demand for data-driven analytics solutions and the adoption of AI technologies among life sciences businesses across the globe are the main reasons Axtria plans for the expansion.

“Axtria is also preparing for aggressive campus hires in the next two years. For 2023, the team is already in conversation with the placement cells of leading IITs and other premier engineering and management colleges,” the statement said.

At present, the IT firm has around 3,000 employees in India.

“We are transforming healthcare via an AI-driven approach with the most advanced, personalised content and message delivery for globally leading healthcare companies. We are investing ahead of time in people, technology, and processes. Our expansion plans and the demand for new roles offer excellent opportunities for those passionate about solving bigger, more complex problems,” Axtria, Head of Global Delivery, Manish Mittal, said.

The next five years will be transformational for talent in data science, said Axtria, Head of People Practises, Shikha Singhal.

“The candidates with the right skills, specifically in unstructured problem-solving and productionizing end-to-end machine learning environments, are poised to be at the forefront of revolutionising business outcomes with always-on, real-time, and personalised insights,” she said.

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