We Work on Highly Complex Technology Projects – Here Is How It Changes Whom We Hire

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New technologies such as AI, machine learning, and cloud are becoming increasingly popular in industry vocabularies. Enterprises are jumping on the technology bandwagon to better cater to customer demands, drive profitability, reduce costs, and create greater value. 

The technology projects in these industries are highly complex, owing to their unique dynamics. Old established processes need automation. Legacy systems and processes still remain dominant. New technology solutions have to designed not only for profitability but productivity as well. The right solutions might be an amalgamation of technologies and methodologies. The complexities are endless. 

We work on such complex systems, and that influences our hiring decisions heavily. It compels us to hire people who are not just proficient in technology, but they live and breathe technology. Given we are a technology company, we believe that our success is only as good as the quality of its technologists.

Here are some of the skills of the technology experts we hire.

Technology expertise

We work with complex industries such as BFSI, telecom, healthcare, manufacturing, and energy across niche technologies such as AI and ML, Big Data & Analytics, Robotic Process Automation, and Cloud. We develop solutions that enable real business transformation for complex and critical projects. 

Quite naturally, the technical vocabulary of our technical experts is exhaustive and comprehensive. This dexterity helps our experts bend, twist, and push the technology to come up with creative solutions that solve pressing challenges. 

Ability to work on large, complex and distributed systems 

We often find ourselves working on large, complex, and distributed systems. We also need to design highly secure solutions for complex processes, introduce automation when needed, and ingrain analytics as a part of the solution. 

This means that our technologists need to capably identify and define the problems, hurdles, and challenges. They need to understand the big picture, know how each moving part impacts the other, and, based on that, develop comprehensive and clear project roadmaps, make the right technology choices, and ultimately deliver the expected outcome.

Fluency in legacy and modern technology 

While fluency in modern technology is essential, our technologists come with expertise in legacy technologies and systems as well. We understand that while modern technologies such as AI, ML, and cloud are becoming prominent now, most organizations still have some legacy systems and technologies. A complete overhaul from legacy to modern technologies can be a tedious, complex, and time-consuming process. It can also be unnecessary at times. 

Our technologists in some way are agnostics – they believe in using the right technology more than the latest technology. By doing this, they do not bind themselves to a particular technology and, hence, can capably design great solutions by eliminating technology bias. 

Business orientation

Our technology experts come with a strong business orientation. They know how each aspect of technology can be used to enhance business functions. They have the knowledge of which systems to build to achieve business objectives, where to introduce automation, where to stick to manual processes, and what the UI and UX focus should be. 

Given that we are working in domain-specific areas, our technologists have to know how the end-user will engage with the solution, and which processes need to be integrated, revamped, or removed to serve the business purpose. This expertise helps them capably create coherent strategies that stitch together technology priorities with business objectives and design solutions that make a tangible business impact.

Domain expertise

We consider domain expertise to be a critical piece of the puzzle that goes into designing robust technology solutions for complex business problems. With in-depth domain knowledge, our technologists can translate a business problem into a workable solution and build technology solutions keeping business evolution in mind. This capability also helps them make the right technology choices, avoid technology bias, identify digital transformation roadmaps, and create processes and solutions that have a tangible business impact.

High-end QA focus

Today, quality is the ultimate differentiator. We don’t rest with just automating repetitive and time-consuming testing tasks. Along with this, our focus is also towards the high impact / high-risk tasks to drive impact-driven automation which delivers tangible value. 

This demands the technologists working with us to have a winning mix of automation frameworks coupled with domain expertise. This mix helps them identify the business impact of different components and functionalities. These technologists have an ‘ownership mindset’ – a mindset that tells them to take complete responsibility for the quality and outcome of the task.

Apart from all these qualities, our technology experts are also focused on continuous learning. They have strong critical thinking capabilities and are also highly adaptable and resilient towards challenges. This balanced mix of power skills with technology skills is the ‘X Factor’ that ensures high-quality output for every single technology project.

Do you think you will like working in an environment surrounded by such a talented bunch of techies? Check out the open positions here.


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