IT firm Synechron teams up with SpringPeople to train employees

IT firm Synechron teams up with SpringPeople to train employees
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3 Jun, 2019

Software services and consulting firm Synechron Inc. said it has tied up with Bengaluru-based enterprise training company SpringPeople for upskilling and reskilling its workforce.

New York- and Pune-based Synechron said the partnership will accelerate digital transformation and integration initiatives for its enterprise customers by leveraging its cloud capabilities with an application programming interface-led approach.

SpringPeople will train Synechron employees on MuleSoft technologies, an integration framework. The partnership is likely to help Synechron improve its customers’ time-to-market and control costs by helping them move to the digital and cloud platforms much faster, the company said.

Demand for MuleSoft’s tools has risen since the company was acquired by Salesforce, the statement said.

“These partnerships will be accompanied by various reskilling and upskilling initiatives in emerging and niche technologies to equip our talent so that they can better assist our customers in their digital transformation journey,” said Faisal Husain, co-founder and chief executive at Synechron.

SpingPeople founder and CEO Ravi Kaklasaria said Indian IT companies are reinventing themselves to become responsive to changing market conditions and to optimise costs. 

“We provide enterprise enablement in emerging and high-end technologies that help companies to achieve this objective. Our MuleSoft training programmes were designed to meet this growing demand, with authorised content and delivery by highly qualified, certified trainers,” Kaklasaria said.

In the last week of February, Synechron had launched an accelerator programme to help wealth managers use technology, data science and analytics for acquiring customers and improving transparency.

In October last year, Synechron had started deploying data science and artificial intelligence-based applications for banking, financial, services and insurance companies.

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