The report seeks to evaluate service providers' digital talent capabilities spanning technologies and domains and the talent management process for which Zensar has been recognized.
Ajay S. Bhutoria, CEO and Managing Director, Zensar, commented, "It is a matter of great pride for us to be recognized for the first time as a Disruptor in this report. We are focused on building multi-disciplinary teams with skills in experience engineering and other emerging technologies.
Our clients are looking for a combination of strategic and operational expertise driven by digital skills to become future-ready. Talent is our key approach to bringing velocity to our clients. This begins with the right set of skills."
"As businesses accelerate digitalization and adopt hybrid work models, talent is recognized as a key enabler of transformation. Addressing the talent gap is becoming an enterprise priority. Zensar has established a robust strategy focused on internal reskilling and modern delivery execution.
Zensar's Digital Academy, facilitated by its ZenLearn digital learning platform, helps employees develop digital competencies. The academy's High Velocity Engineering (HiVE) initiative focuses on advancing talent and promoting new execution models like pods and squads. This, coupled with other strategic talent and skilling initiatives, has helped Zensar build a strong pipeline of digital talent," said Shwetank Saini, Research Leader at Avasant.
"At Zensar, our efforts are geared towards creating the next generation of talent and skills so our clients can be assured of working with in-demand skill sets. Being recognized in this report for our high velocity-driven investment in digital skills underscores our initiatives. We look forward to developing our talent today for the business needs of tomorrow," said Vivek Ranjan, CHRO, Zensar.
Zensar's approach to the future workplace is designed around its Foundation Services line, wherein it continues to develop cloud, agile, and DevOps engineering (CLADe) skills, enabling POD-based delivery through squads that focus on a platform-based approach, modern execution, a product engineering approach, and new talent models.
Zensar Technologies ended at Rs547.15 apiece up by Rs10.7 or 1.99% on the BSE.