As Intuit works towards becoming an AI-driven expert platform, it also looks to grow its team in India and recruit 350+ positions across Software Engineering, Product Management, Experience Design and Data Engineering roles in 2021 - 2022.
A majority of the hiring will be focused towards scaling engineering innovation happening across products that will deliver outcomes against our goals of:
- Scaling the intelligence of our products by connecting people to experts through our virtual expert platform
- Solving for small business growth through omni-channel commerce
- Fuelling the success of mid market small businesses
- Creating delightful and connected customer experiences, communications and experiments at scale
- Improving developer productivity to deliver customer benefits faster
“Our teams in India play a pivotal role in helping Intuit remain ahead of the curve as we focus on enabling our mission of powering prosperity around the world. We are looking to hire engineers and product leaders who will embrace our customer-driven innovation mindset as we solve consumers and small businesses' most pressing financial problems," shared Saurabh Saxena, Intuit’s India Site Leader and Vice President of Product Development.
Intuit is looking for talent with capabilities in artificial intelligence/machine learning, data science, cloud, open source, natural language understanding (NLU) and other key areas to deliver against our strategy.
At present, Intuit’s India site has 1,100+ employees. The company further plans to leverage the large pool of skilled technology talent available in India and invest in growing key tech capabilities that will drive innovation for their global products and platforms. The hiring at Intuit will take place across software engineering, product design, product and program management, data science, risk analytics and business analytics streams at entry, mid-level and senior roles.
Aligned with their strategy of being an AI driven expert platform, Intuit is focused on scaling their robust team in India to cater to their 100 million customers worldwide. However, it would also have to deal with the shortage of talent and skills in these areas. How it meets it demand for talent is something to look forward to.
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