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Job Info : Cognizant Walk-In Jobs for Freshers As Customer Associate @ Kolkata In November 2017.Qualification/ eligibility conditions & other rules are given below…
Company Name : Cognizant
Designation : Customer Associate
Qualification : BE/B Tech/MCA/M Sc
Job Requirements :
* Candidate should have completed BE/B Tech/MCA/M Sc from a recognised university.
* Candidate should have an aggregate of 65% through out academics.
* Graduates of 2015, 2016 & 2017 passed outs only can apply.
* Must have flexibility to work in night shift( 24*7 Shifts).
* Must have good Communication skills.
* Should have good Analytical & logical ability.
* Must have good written and verbal communication skills.
* Should have knowledge in MS Office.
* Will be responsible for delivery of assigned work, under a module lead or team lead supervision. Needs to understand technology and quality processes within Cognizant.
* Should have within own team or department at operational level.
* Must have client interaction in some cases.
* Should have good problem solving & trouble shooting skills.
* Must have good inter personnel skills.
* Should not have any active backlogs.
* Immediate Joiners are only preferred.
* Must have good analytical and reasoning skills.
Total No Of Posts : Multiple
Location : Kolkata
Experience : Freshers/Experienced
Pay Scale : Rs 3 – 4 LPA
Age Limit : Candidate should be Minimum age 18 yrs Max age 35 yrs.
Selection Process : Selection will be based on Interview.
Important Dates : 14th – 16th November 2017
Cognizant Technology Solutions,
Technocomplex, Plot GN-34/3, Sector-V,
Saltlake Electronic Complex, Kolkata,
Land Mark : Opposite Nalban Food Park/Beside Ashram Building.
Cognizant began as Dun & Bradstreet Satyam Software (DBSS), established as Dun & Bradstreet’s in-house technology unit focused on implementing large-scale IT projects for Dun & Bradstreet businesses. In 1996, the company started pursuing customers beyond Dun & Bradstreet.
In 1996, Dun & Bradstreet spun off several of its subsidiaries including Erisco, IMS International, Nielsen Media Research, Pilot Software, Strategic Technologies and DBSS, to form a new company called Cognizant Corporation. Three months later, in 1997, DBSS renamed itself to Cognizant Technology Solutions. In July 1997, Dun & Bradstreet bought Satyam’s 24% stake in DBSS for $3.4 million. Headquarters were moved to the United States, and in March 1998, Kumar Mahadeva was named CEO. Operating as a division of the Cognizant Corporation, the company mainly focused on Y2K-related projects and web development.
In 1998, the parent company, Cognizant Corporation, split into two companies: IMS Health and Nielsen Media Research. After this restructuring, Cognizant Technology Solutions became a public subsidiary of IMS Health. In June 1998, IMS Health partially spun off the company, conducting an initial public offering of the Cognizant stock. The company raised $34 million, less than what the IMS Health underwriters had hoped for. They earmarked the money for debt payments and upgrading company offices.
Kumar Mahadeva decided to reduce the company’s dependence on Y2K projects: by Q1 1999, 26% of company’s revenues came from Y2K projects, compared with 49% in early 1998. Believing that the $16.6 billion enterprise resource planning software market was saturated, Mahadeva decided to refrain from large-scale ERP implementation projects. Instead, he focused on applications management, which accounted for 37% of Cognizant’s revenue in Q1 1999. Cognizant’s revenues in 2002 were $229 million, and the company had zero debt with $100 million in the bank.During the dotcom bust, the company grew by taking on the maintenance projects that larger IT services companies did not want.
In 2003, IMS Health sold its entire 56% stake in Cognizant, which instituted a poison pill provision to prevent hostile takeover attempts. Kumar Mahadeva resigned as the CEO in 2003, and was replaced by Lakshmi Narayanan.Gradually, the company’s services portfolio expanded across the IT services landscape and into business process outsourcing (BPO) and business consulting. Lakshmi Narayanan was succeeded by the Kenya-born Francisco D’Souza in 2006. Cognizant experienced a period of fast growth during the 2000s, as reflected by its appearance in Fortune magazine’s “100 Fastest-Growing Companies” list for ten consecutive years from 2003 to 2012.View Site >>