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Daffodil Software sees 45 pc business growth during COVID-19, plans to create 500 new jobs in 2021

December 02, 2020 23:30 IST
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Gurgaon (Haryana) [India], December 2 (ANI/PRNewswire): Daffodil Software - India's leading software solutions company is all set to create 500 jobs over the next few months. The move comes after the IT services provider witnessed a staggering growth during the COVID-19 outbreak with a 45 per cent growth in business.

At a time when the world economy came to a standstill, Daffodil's growth and promise to hire new talent comes as a beacon of hope. The announcement makes Daffodil yet another Indian IT company to witness an upward curve despite the economic slump caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

The remarkable upsurge can be attributed to the company's investment in training, building technological practices, and business consultation since the last 2 years. Their expertise and domain knowledge helped several businesses sail through the recent challenging times. Providing solutions for the inevitable transition of businesses from office to home, digitization, or automation of processes led Daffodil to grow tremendously during the pandemic.

Moreover, the current global health crisis drove the need for upgrading healthcare technology and Daffodil's expertise in healthcare domain made it solution-ready and equipped to handle the growing demand in healthcare IT and products.

The new job opportunities will be open across levels and profiles including software engineers, UI/UX designers, project managers, business analysts, and more. The vacancies will mostly be filled at its Gurugram headquarters and Hisar development center comprising 70 per cent of technical profiles with 30 per cent non-technical.

"From the past couple of years, we have been rigorously investing our resources in adopting the latest technologies. Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation, IoT are some of the areas where we have built our expertise. Since the business solutions these days are getting smarter with more and more dependency on technology, we have decided to expand our team by 60 per cent to support this growth," said Yogesh Agarwal, CEO & Founder (Daffodil Software).

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Daffodil Software sees 45 pc business growth during COVID-19, plans to create 500 new jobs in 2021

Gurgaon (Haryana) [India], December 2 (ANI/PRNewswire): Daffodil Software - India's leading software solutions company is all set to create 500 jobs over the next few months. The move comes after the IT services provider witnessed a staggering growth during the COVID-19 outbreak with a 45 per cent growth in business.

At a time when the world economy came to a standstill, Daffodil's growth and promise to hire new talent comes as a beacon of hope. The announcement makes Daffodil yet another Indian IT company to witness an upward curve despite the economic slump caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

The remarkable upsurge can be attributed to the company's investment in training, building technological practices, and business consultation since the last 2 years. Their expertise and domain knowledge helped several businesses sail through the recent challenging times. Providing solutions for the inevitable transition of businesses from office to home, digitization, or automation of processes led Daffodil to grow tremendously during the pandemic.

Moreover, the current global health crisis drove the need for upgrading healthcare technology and Daffodil's expertise in healthcare domain made it solution-ready and equipped to handle the growing demand in healthcare IT and products.

The new job opportunities will be open across levels and profiles including software engineers, UI/UX designers, project managers, business analysts, and more. The vacancies will mostly be filled at its Gurugram headquarters and Hisar development center comprising 70 per cent of technical profiles with 30 per cent non-technical.

"From the past couple of years, we have been rigorously investing our resources in adopting the latest technologies. Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation, IoT are some of the areas where we have built our expertise. Since the business solutions these days are getting smarter with more and more dependency on technology, we have decided to expand our team by 60 per cent to support this growth," said Yogesh Agarwal, CEO & Founder (Daffodil Software).

This story is provided by PRNewswire. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/PRNewswire)

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