HYDERABAD: HR staffing, payroll, and recruitment company BigLeap Technologies & Solutions, which is headquartered in Hyderabad, said it has opened its new facility in Hyderabad and plans to add around 6,000 staff by 2021 to take the total number of employees on its outsourcing rolls to over 10,000.
The company said on Monday that it is also targeting to double its turnover in the next couple of years. Currently, BigLeap Technologies has a total turnover of Rs 100 crore.
The company provides its solutions and services to players such as Flipkart, Myntra, Ola, ITC Infotech, New Holland Tractors, KreditBee, Rapido, Bounce, PVR Cinemas, and Café Coffee Day among others. It caters to multiple sectors including manufacturing, telecom infrastructure, retail, and the financial sector.
BigLeap, which was set up in 2015 by Vinay Kotra, James Johnson, Manoj Yadav Thummala, and Sainath Goud Malkapuram, has operations and presence in 22 states and 18 ESI compliant territories, including Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, New Delhi NCR, and Mumbai.
Vinay Kotra, co-founder and director, BigLeap, said the expansion was necessitated by the increasing demand for staffing services. “Our commitment to expanding staffing services comes at a critical moment as the Covid-19 pandemic has created tremendous stress in employability and employee optimization for our clients,” said Kotra, adding that high attrition continues to be the bane of corporates with 23% of small businesses failing due to lack of the right manpower.
As part of efforts to meet its staffing growth target, the company aims to tap professionals and fresh graduates from universities and colleges. A chunk of the revenue growth is expected to come from existing clients apart from new clients it signs in the future, Kotra said.
“In such challenging times, it is encouraging to know BigLeap is expanding and growing. Outsourcing not only optimizes organizational growth, it creates opportunities for a better career and life for many aspirants in these difficult times while complementing the economic growth of the state,” Telangana IT & industries principal secretary Jayesh Rajan said while unveiling the new facility.