‘Digital makes Cognizant more relevant to clients’
In India, we have hired more than 30,000 people this year and given offers to 45,000 others, who will be on-boarded in FY22, says Rajesh Nambiar, CMD, Cognizant India
BENGALURU : Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp reported an 11% rise in revenue in constant currency from the year-ago period to $4.7 billion for the third quarter ended September as business momentum improved. In comparison, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd’s (TCS) dollar revenue grew 15.5% while that of Infosys Ltd grew 19.4% annually in constant currency. Based in New Jersey, Cognizant expects its full-year 2021 revenue to grow 9.8% in constant currency to $18.5 billion, which would be its highest annual revenue till date, and closer to the high end of its prior guidance. In an interview with Mint, Rajesh Nambiar, chairman and MD, Cognizant India and president, Digital Business & Technology, spoke about the demand environment, deal pipeline, and acquisitions strategy. Edited excerpts:
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