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After hiring 10,000 employees, Capgemini to hire 7,000 more
After hiring 10,000 employees, Capgemini to hire 7,000 more
Posted Date:06-08-2010 Courtesy:
Capgemini is in plans to recruit 7,000 more people in India this year after absorbing 10,000 employees so far. As on June 2010, the employee count of Capgemini India stood at 26,000. The company has established Global Centres of Excellence across its offices in Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune and is catering to both global and domestic clients. Apart from this, the company has added more than 40 clients in India over the last 18 months.

Today, India is central to Capgemini s Rightshore delivery model, with 26,000 people and 27 percent of global employee headcount. We will recruit 17,000 people in India in 2010 and will announce expansions of our facilities to accommodate this growth, said Salil Parekh, Executive Chairman, Capgemini India. From a global delivery standpoint the leverage of India within the Group has seen significant growth. India is now evolving into an innovation hub, Parekh added.
Last week, the company had forecasted its second-half 2010 revenue growth of between 3 to 5 percent, which is four percent higher than the previous forecast.
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