Axtria plans to expand India operations, hire more than 1,000 techies

The company said Sunday that IT company Axtria Inc., which focuses on the life sciences industry, has plans to hire more than 1,000 people in data science, software development and data engineering in the next eight months.

Exteria said in a statement that the company is hiring for its offices in Gurugram, Bengaluru and Noida and new upcoming centers in Pune and Hyderabad.

“Extria will significantly expand its staff count with more than 1,000 data scientists, software developers and data engineers across its office locations in the country in the next eight to 10 months,” it said.

Expansion plans are closely following the growing demand for data-driven analytics solutions and adoption of AI technologies among life sciences companies around the world.

“Axtria is also preparing for strong campus placements in the next two years. For 2023, the team is already in conversation with placement cells at leading IITs and other leading engineering and management schools,” the statement said.

Axtria currently has around 3,000 employees in India.

“We are transforming healthcare through an AI-driven approach with the most advanced, personalized content and message delivery for world-leading healthcare companies. We are pre-investing in people, technology and processes. Our expansion plans and demand for new roles said Axteria, Head of Global Delivery, Manish Mittal, It presents excellent opportunities for those who are passionate about solving larger and more complex problems.

Extrea, Head of People Practice Sheikha Singhal said the next five years will be transformative for talent in data science.

“Candidates with the right skills, specifically in solving unstructured problems and producing end-to-end machine learning environments, are prepared to be at the forefront of revolutionizing business outcomes with enduring personal insights in real time,” she said.

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