Bermuda-headquartered Genpact on Tuesday said it's betting big on data engineering.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18 at the World Economic Forum in Davos 2020, Tiger Tyagarajan, chief executive officer, said that uncertainty and disruption have become part of life and companies must embrace it.
Tyagarajan said, "When people embrace transformation and change, people like us get involved. So, we are seeing a lot of conversations on how do I drive change, help me drive change, how do I drive growth as there is still growth in various economies."
Speaking about the road ahead for Genpact, he said, "We have our game really laid out well over the last five years where strategy decides where we want to go, that then decides where do we partner, where do we acquire and what do we build. That then decides exactly what we go after to acquire and that allows to go and search. We know what we want.""If you look at the last nine acquisitions Genpact has done, they have all been in the areas of specific digital technologies, specific analytical capabilities and then specific domain and specific verticals that we really like and that we want to add to our capabilities," he added.