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Cincom India to recruit over 500 people

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INDIA: Cincom India, a subsidiary of Cincom Systems, Inc., has announced plans to recruit over 500 software developers and BPO personnel in India this year. Cincom India was formed in 1998 and its development center was set up in 2003. Since its inception, Cincom India has grown 400 percent.

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Founded way back in 1968, Cincom worldwide has an average employee retention of 16 years with an average client retention period of 19 years. With it stepping up its human resource recruitment in India dramatically, Cincom will extend its global employee-friendly culture to India.

Software developers and programmers with a broad range of skill sets will be recruited in this batch. These include Java, .Net, Oracle DBA's etc as well as helpdesk and support personnel. Those recruited will work out of the multi-storied Cincom India Development Facility in Gurgaon.

Says Ashish Paul, President, Cincom Systems India Pvt. Ltd., Cincom iOUTSOURCE and OVERC, "India and outsourced services are growing in its importance from Cincom's global perspective. Many of the senior management at Cincom worldwide including the Human Resources Director, Ron Chilcott and Chief Financial Officer Dan Vogel have visited India in the last year. Cincom's strategy as a one stop shop for outsourced blended services with in-house applications and onshore hosting/disaster recovery with rapid ROI, low risk, low cost, is establishing new standards for Western companies looking at outsourcing"

Cincom builds, sells, and supports software for data access and integration, process automation, manufacturing business solutions and business communications. High quality, rapid implementation, and excellent service give Cincom clients greater productivity, faster speed-to-market, and a rapid Return on Investment (ROI). Cincom serves thousands of clients on six continents including BMW, Citibank, Boeing, Northwestern Mutual, Federal Express, Ericsson, Penn State University, Messier-Dowty, Siemens, Rockwell Automation, and Trane.

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