Ever since the COVID lockdown became a glaring reality and not merely some here-today-gone-tomorrow phenomenon that would dissipate sooner than it arrived, one thing has stood out. And needless to say, it’s been a harsh reality for one and all. Something that’s affected job seekers and those in active vocations quite badly.
Among the sectors that took a massive hit besides the Service(s) sector of developing countries, a cluster of nations that the developed world likes to call ‘third world countries,’ the worst sufferer has been the employment sector.
If you were to actually take cognisance of the number of jobs that people have lost then you probably won’t be able to do it. An exercise in morbidity, more people succumbed to depression during the COVID pandemic phase and lost jobs in India than in the last half a decade put together.
Amid these frustrating times when news arrives about an employer betting big on markets like India, then what else can it be met with other than wide-eyed smiles?
To put it simply, the Dyninno group, based in San Francisco, United States has made aggressive plans for its imminent India future. Not that any new organisation wanting to go big in India is anymore a surprising piece of news; for the last decade and a half, India has persistently featured on the itinerary of massive conglomerates and growing organisations to put facts into perspective.
There are a plethora of reasons that have made India a formidable or number #1 destination for western organisations aiming to establish presence in Asia, and the famous Dyninno group is the latest to jump into the bandwagon.
The presence of enormity of talent, human resource, manpower among the many reasons dominate the CV for any company that wishes to expand its horizons here in India. In a matter of seconds can you come to understand the rightful presence of India’s software and IT talent in the world when you come to think of the nation in the absence of talent lying in Bangalore and Hyderabad.
If not for anything else, the presence of growing critical IT infrastructure and a huge market base that’s keen to compete at the global level have together raised the graph for India and organisations like BirlaSoft, Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, HCL technologies to quote just a few have quite simply transformed India’s outlook in the eyes of those who today wish to go big in the beating heart of the sub-continent.
Little surprise then that established players in the US such as the Dyninno Group wish to make a fine presence here. So what’s going to happen in the imminent future:
Here are some updates from the news platform Live Mint:
Dynatech is Dyninno group’s IT and operating centre. The division is responsible for functions from product development and design to technical support and maintenance for all Dyninno brands. Dyninno India plans to hire over 100 tech professionals for its IT division by 2022.
“We are growing rapidly in India and are looking to hire individuals who are keen to work on a diversified tech stack and large-scale global projects. We plan to scale our workforce to 10,000 travel agents and 1,000 IT professionals globally in the next three years. Dyninno’s product line is based on cutting-edge technology and our entire IT competence is located in-house,” said Alex Weinstein, founder, Dyninno group.
Despite the pandemic, Dyninno India has continued to hire and plans to scale its workforce to around 120 employees by the end of 2021 at its office at DLF Cyber City in Gurugram which will be expanded to 52,000 square feet to accommodate its growing workforce.
Besides India, Dyninno has offices in the US, UK, Colombia, Egypt, Romania, Moldova, Latvia, Russia, and the Philippines.