The Indian IT giant came in at number 15 on the Forbes list and is one of only three non-U.S. companies to make the top 20. According to Forbes, the Forbes Digital 100 is a list of the “top publicly-traded IT, hardware, media, digital retail and telecommunication companies that shape the digital world.”
This recognition is one of many for Tech Mahindra, which was recognized on the Forbes Asia 50 list, the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices 2018 for the fourth year consecutively, and the CEO World Awards 2018, for organization-wide leadership prowess.
What’s the secret to success? CP Gurnani, CEO and Managing Director of Tech Mahindra, is invested in the “re-skilling and up-skilling” of over 100,000 Tech Mahindra employees worldwide – and he’s making good on that promise.
“This recognition motivates us to continue investing in empowering our workforce to stay relevant in the digital future,” says Gurnani.
Keeping up with the fast-paced IT world is an incredible amount of work. Ensuring over 90 percent of your employees have undergone digital skills and familiarization training to prepare both them and the company to remain competitive is an even more powerful commitment.
After seeing over 60 percent of employees undergo additional advanced training on digital competencies, Tech Mahindra also recently announced that it was preparing to train an additional 50,000 members of its workforce in a similar manner.