Bangalore, India–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Korn Ferry (NYSE: KFY) is expanding its digital presence in India with a new software product development center in Bangalore. The center will accelerate Korn Ferry’s digital cloud strategy and suite of Intelligence Cloud applications. Korn Ferry established the facility in India to leverage the region’s best talent in data science and product development.
That effort began in April 2021, and within a year, Korn Ferry has a fully staffed office with a 50-person team that is expected to double in size by 2023. While Bangalore is the main hub, Korn Ferry is also expanding its remote presence in India to attract top tech talent from other parts of the country.
“The Center of Excellence in India will be the hub for all cutting-edge software product development work related to Korn Ferry’s Intelligence Cloud suite,” said Satish Gannu, chief technology officer of Korn Ferry’s digital practice.
Korn Ferry Intelligence Cloud is an AI-powered talent analytics platform that brings insights from 600 million candidate profiles, millions of job records, over 1 billion proprietary payroll records, 70 million reviews, and hundreds of thousands of placement data. This information helps solve business-critical problems related to talent mobility, talent acquisition, and talent development. This will ultimately allow global companies to future-proof their workforce with evolving, emerging skills.
Intelligence Cloud’s AI-enabled digital applications help companies get a clearer picture of their workforce in real time. With this holistic view, they can model how the environment might change and identify the actions needed to achieve their business goals.
About Korn Ferry
Korn Ferry is a global organizational consulting firm. Together with our customers, we design optimal organizational structures, roles and responsibilities. We help them hire the right people and advise them on how to reward and motivate their people while developing professionals as they navigate and advance their careers.
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