Prolifics to begin hiring program; focus on Indian tech talent
New Delhi : In an attempt to expand its employee base, Prolifics, a global digital transformation leader, has begun its recruitment drive across India. They are mainly aiming at providing an opportunity to fresh graduates from engineering colleges across India, to begin their careers with the company, where they can work on key projects with cutting-edge technologies in an open and collaborative environment.
The company is looking to hire young talent for the role of software engineer trainee and the hiring process started on 15 Aug 2022. The software engineer will get a chance to work at Prolifics on various technologies to execute full software development life cycle (SDLC). Code, test and troubleshoot programs utilizing the appropriate framework, database, and programming technology. Write quality and clean code using prescribed specifications. Analyse performance of programs and take action to correct deficiencies. Perform unit testing and participate in design and code-review process.
“We are looking for people who possess a passion for technology and innovation and a desire to impact top-tier clients and work with world-class tech partners”, said Partha Patnaik, Global HR Head, Prolifics.
The company works with various clients to develop, design, implement and manage specialized technology solutions, and is currently expanding with diverse client types in all business sectors. They mainly hire talent in areas such as test automation and data analytics.
In view of the exploding demand for tech talent and to harness the full potential of the market opportunity, the US-based company, which is bullish on hiring Indian talent, will be visiting engineering colleges across India for their hiring program.
“India is among the few countries that are currently leading technological transformation and innovation. The country is a gold mine of tech talent that could help us make a difference in the industry”, said Sharath Nag Rahula, Global Talent Head, Prolifics