Hyderabad: US-based technology company Qentelli on Thursday announced that it is planning to expand its operations in Hyderabad. The company currently has more than 500 vacancies for full-stack developers, product managers and automation engineers. The company is also aiming for US$ 1 billion valuation by the end of 2023.
Qentelli has a dedicated innovation lab working on technologies from 2016 that were considered experimental until the pandemic hit in 2020. The company has developed a suite of AI-infused frameworks and products that help accelerate transformation by improving the time-to-market to realize ROI sooner. The idea was to innovate – to build intellectual property (IP) that addresses the core of how technology is delivered – not only to build software but also build rich digital experiences for brands to deliver superlative experiences to their customers.
Qentelli has also made significant investments in AI technologies, specifically in Machine Learning and Deep Learning.
Rashi Srivastava, the EVP of Qentelli, said, "Despite the pandemic, we had strong growth in the customer base. Additionally, we have a hundred per cent client retention. We are addressing the rising digital needs of the companies. We need to expand our team to get the right set of people so we can deliver faster, better, and cost-effective solutions for modern digital businesses."
She added, "Since our core culture is based on innovation while working with mainstream and cutting-edge technologies, the company plans to leverage the large pool of tech talent in India with the remote/hybrid model."
The company's hiring process is mostly focused on a hybrid work model that combines in-person and remote working where associates work flexibly based on personal and professional needs. It has a strong focus on giving employees a chance to progress in their careers and is actively investing in the Learning and Development (L&D) programmes for its existing workforce. The firm has partnered with Udemy and LinkedIn to address the learning needs of its employees. As more employees join, the learning and development function will be scaled and customized to align with the growing aspirations of the employees and the industry needs, the company said.