News: AI startup Superbot to quadruple its team count to 200 plus by March 2023

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AI startup Superbot to quadruple its team count to 200 plus by March 2023

The move comes at a time when companies are being compelled to think new-age creative ways to attract and retain talent.
AI startup Superbot to quadruple its team count to 200 plus by March 2023

AI-powered SaaS startup SuperBot has announced it is expanding its team four fold vy March 2023 to accelerate their growth . As per the company’s statement, it has a strength of 55 and targets to take this number up to 200 plus by the end of fiscal 22-23. 

“We are expanding and wish to add fresh talent to our workforce which will bring new skill sets to the table. We understand that the market is very challenging for talented professionals right now, and this might actually be an opportunity to acquire skilled manpower which will strengthen the company’s backbone for a longer run,” said Sarvagya Mishra, co-founder and director of SuperBot (PinnacleWorks).

SuperBot is an enabler for multiple industries like Education, BFSI, Healthcare etc as a AI-powered voice agent tech startup. 

The latest move comes at a time when the attrition rate at Indian companies is expected to increase by 19%, compelling organisations to widen their talent pool. SuperBot would be looking at onboarding 20% of the new recruits for senior level, and the rest of the profiles will be with the ratio of 50% for mid-level and 30% for entry-level positions.

The hiring will be conducted across departments including Marketing & Sales, Operations, Tech, Customer Success and HR Operations with most fresh recruits will be based in the headquarters i.e Gurgaon, Haryana.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Talent Acquisition, #Hiring

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