Ernst & Young (EY), a global professional services organization, has announced that it will be recruiting 9,000 professionals in India next year with a STEM background and knowledge of artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity, analytics and other emerging technologies .
According to the news media, these settings will apply to various technology roles across all member companies, including global delivery centers. These massive attitudes are aimed at expanding digital capabilities to help companies solve their “complex end-to-end business transformation challenges”.
Rohan Sachdev, partner and head of consulting practice at EY India, told the media that the company is making bold investments, particularly in technology, data and strategic acquisitions, while expanding its alliance and ecosystem relationships.
EY India currently has over 50,000 employees in all member companies including global delivery centers, 36% of which are in the STEM field.
He went on to explain that the company is using his expertise and expertise to help its clients in both government and private companies embark on a technology-driven transformation. With the exponential increase in digital adoption, it has become necessary for the company to hone its skills in emerging technology roles and thus significantly intensify its hiring efforts in the coming year.
The company takes a holistic approach to digital transformation and innovation embedded across all of its service offerings and sectors, including several proprietary digital tools and solutions such as EY Asterisk – a supply chain planning solution and EY Symphony – integrated governance, risk, control and Compliance platform.
Mahesh Makhija, Partner and Head of Technology Consulting at EY India, also said that EY is working in India to develop a wider range of new digital proprietary tools and solutions that can be scaled across organizations and regions.
The company even started the “EY Techathon 2021: # iSolve4aBillion Challenge” to attract India’s best tech minds. In this challenge, students from all disciplines are invited to develop novel solutions for Indian demography. The challenge will allow participants to use blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and gamification to develop a model immunization program for different areas of the supply chain, delivery, surveillance and vaccination.
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