Multinational Management Consulting, Technology Services and Outsourcing Firm Accenture is recruiting candidates for the posts of PWD – Associate Software Engineer (ASE). Those who match the eligibility criteria for the vacancy can send the online application through the ‘Careers’ tab of the official site www.accenture.com.
Who can apply?
Specifically, ‘BE, B.Tech – CSE/IT/ECE; MCA courses can apply for the posts from the batches of 2020, 2021 or 2022. There are several places where the company’s office is located; These include Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Kolkata and Hyderabad.
“Join our team that is developing, designing and maintaining technologies that improve the way our customers and the world work. Their versatility to create and support technological solutions, working in challenging and dynamic environments Making use of products that meet the client’s requirements from analysis to implementation,” reads the job description section of the official advertisement.
Selected candidates will be required to design, build, test, assemble, support and configure applications using the business requirements. They also have to understand the business factors that significantly affect the performance of the firm and provide the desired software. Above everything else, the company is looking for candidates who have good analytical and problem-solving skills, aptitude for learning and proficiency in verbal and communication skills.
Those selected for this post will be given a salary of Rs 4,50,000 lakh per month. Accenture is known for its leading-edge capabilities in digital, cloud and security. Its total employees of 6,24,000 strive to meet the expectations of the desired technology and human imagination and serve customers in more than 120 countries.
Meanwhile, Accenture Ventures, the investment arm of global information technology (IT) services firm, has announced an undisclosed strategic investment in Indian space-tech startup, Pixcel. The move follows Pixel’s $25 million Series A fundraising announced in March this year, and the second to invest Accenture Ventures in an Indian space-tech firm, after Canada’s Radical Ventures led the company’s funding round in March. Creates a global fund.
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