NEW DELHI: Global technology and consultancy giant Accenture on Monday said it is going to add around 8,000 people in India by the end of next year Tips to deal with office politics
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taking its total employee base in the country to 50,000.
“We are 42,000 right now and we imagine we will be about 50,000 by the end of 2010,” Accenture Chairman and Chief Executive Officer William D Green told PTI on the sidelines of the India Economic Summit.
Indicating a recovery from the global downturn, Green said the company will continue to focus in India, specially in the areas of analytics.
Accenture’s focus in India is going to be the analytics space, which will help the clients convert information into insights for better yields.
Green added, “We believe that analytics is going to be an important trend that our customers are going to demand from us. We think India is going to be a great place for us. we have some core centres of excellence in the analytics space in the country.”
Accenture, which has annual revenue of $21.58 billion for fiscal 2009, will strengthen its focus on clients in pharmaceutical, telecommunications and energy in the country.