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Daffodil sees 45% business growth; plans to offer 500 new jobs by 2021

Daffodil sees 45% business growth; plans to offer 500 new jobs by 2021

While businesses across the world are shutting down during the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic spread, the IT industry has witnessed a massive growth worldwide. In one such instance, India’s foremost software solutions brand, Daffodil Software has recently announced witnessing a growth of 45% in its business over the span of past few months.

This growth has enabled the company to create over 500 new jobs in the upcoming months, allowing it to stand tall in the IT industry across the country. This strategic move of hiring new talent comes as a beacon of hope amidst the ongoing infection spread.

It has been claimed that this proclamation makes Daffodil another Indian IT firm to observe an upward curve in business despite the economic slump caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. Apparently, this remarkable surge can be ascribed to the company’s investment in building technological practices, training, and business consultation since last two years.

Moreover, their expertise and domain knowledge has helped vivid businesses sail through the challenging times. Offering solutions for the inevitable evolution of businesses from office to home, automation or digitization of processes have led Daffodil to expand profusely during the pandemic times.

Commenting on the recent accomplishment, the CEO and Founder of Daffodil Software, Yogesh Agarwal stated that the demand for IT has significantly soared over the past few months and since the business solutions these days are highly dependent on technology, the company has decided to expand its team by over 60% to support the burgeoning demand.

He added that the company has been relentlessly investing its resources in adopting advanced technologies while continuing to build its proficiency in areas of AI, IoT, and Robotic Process Automation.

As per official sources, the new job opportunities would be open across levels and profiles including UI/UX, project managers, designers, business analysts, software engineers, and others. Besides, the vacancies are expected to mostly be filled at Daffodil’s Gurugram HQ and Hisar development center consisting of 70% technical profiles and 30% non-tech.

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