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ATCS to increase its India headcount by 50% in 2 yrs

DNJAI70337 | 8/13/2016 | Author : dna correspondent | WC :215



Advanced Technology Consulting Service Inc (ATCS), a provider of data-driven decision making solutions for the automotive and healthcare sectors, has announced global growth capping five years of India operations.
In terms of revenue, ATCS claimed that it grew 40 per cent globally last year and expects to continue growing at a rapid pace in the coming years. As a result, the company is looking to increase its India headcount by 50 per cent over the next two years.
Addressing the media at their India headquarters in Jaipur, Manish Krishnan, CEO, ATCS Inc said, “This year we saw another strong performance with our focused technology-driven innovations, which we believe is being positively led by the innovative ideas, practices and products. We are now a CMMI Level 3 company. We must always look ahead and give our customers assurance that they are dealing with a trend setter in the areas of IT services and development to maintain a continuing steep growth trend. This allows us to add value to our customers making our solutions more attractive to the brands. Speed and Innovation is in our DNA now giving us a real competitive advantage.”
Acclaimed as one of the Silicon India’s 20 most promising IT services firm in US, ATCS received CMM and ISO 9001 Certifications this year.



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