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S&P Global sets up global talent centre in Hyderabad; to hire 650

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on January 11, 2018 Published on July 17, 2017

Ties up with Ness Digital

S&P Global, a leading player of ratings, analytics and data services to the capital and commodity markets, has set up a Global Talent Centre in Hyderabad.

The centre would have about 325 employees in the first year and the remaining in the second year. The firm has tied up with Ness Digital Engineering to help it set up the centre.

S&P’s facility, which will come up at the Hi-Tec City here, will provide the technology services to all its activities. Nearly half of the company’s 20,000 employees work out of India. “About 50 per cent of the 650 staff will be hired in the first year of operations.

“The remaining will come in the second year. The centre would work on cloud, business processing, app development and artificial intelligence solutions,” Krishna Nathan, Chief Information Officer of S&P Global, has said. Addressing reporters here, he said the centre would help the firm accelerate digital transformation and innovation by building knowledge assets and improving operational efficiencies,” he said.

The company is positioning the Hyderabad facility as a Global Centre of Excellence for Technology Talent. Ness Digital Engineering, a digital transformation and software engineering services provider, would help S&P global develop and evolve products technology platforms for its ratings and indices businesses.

Published on July 17, 2017
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