US IT Recruiter

US IT Recruiter

We are hiring US IT Recruiter to join our high-performance team. We provide work environments with great opportunities to learn and grow.

Position: US IT Recruiter

Total number of positions – 30

What we look for –
– 3 – 7 years of experience
– Good experience of Sourcing quality resumes
– Good communication skills to talk to candidates
– Negotiating skills

The candidate can be based out of Bangalore / Hyderabad or even work Remotely

What you get-
– Great team to work with
– Excellent work environments
– Industry standards pay packages, Incentive, PF, Monthly Awards, Performance Reviews, Paid Leaves, Sick leaves

Share your resume to srikanth@nam-it.com

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Account Manager

NAM Account Manager

Account manager responsibilities include developing strong relationships with customers, connecting with key business executives and stakeholders and preparing sales reports.

Role & Responsibility:-

  • Working with potential clients and build relations in order to generate business requirement
  • Working on strategic planning for existing accounts
  • Responsible for handling a team of IT Recruiters.
  • Working as a SPOC between Clients & the Organization.
  • Generating requirements from new clients and existing clients.
  • Responsible for getting new leads requirements and maintaining existing clients to enhance business relations.
  • Make timely submissions and provide all the information to the client which is required for making an end client submission.
  • Follow up with the clients on the progress of the submittals made.
  • Creating and maintaining database of potential Clients.
  • Should have knowledge on end to end IT recruitment process sourcing -Identifying screening short listing interviewing candidates.
  • Identify new business opportunities and responsible for CRM activities, Post sales activities.
  • Set up meetings between client decision makers and company’s practice leaders/Director.
  • As account manager, follow up with the Clients on regular basis
  • Strategic planning & execution.
  • Experience: 8 – 12 yrs at US IT Recruitment Business.

Experience: 8 – 12 yrs at US IT Recruitment Business.

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Recycle my battery

Recycle my battery founder Nihal with Vinay

The initiative of 2 children, Nihal and Mihir, Recyclemybatter.org has already generated a lot of curiosity and awareness to the very important issue of what happens to the used batteries, remember, they are chemicals and need proper recycling. The initiative now a mass moment spearheaded by only children gives a very important message about saving mother earth from all the toxic chemicals that can pollute the groundwater and spoil the quality of soil.

NAM Info Inc., President and CEO, Mr. Vinay Mahajan had an opportunity to spend some time with these wonderful children especially Nihal and understand his vision to protect the environment. Vinay adds, “We as elders always want to teach children, but when I met Nihal I got the impression that the younger generation is taking up the challenge to save the earth that they have to live and something that we have created a mess of. I cannot be more encouraged to talk about this effort with as many people as I can and in which every way possible. Nihal at his tender age has already created a powerful team of young volunteers and I am very confident they will soon recycle a million batteries.”

As a part of the Recycling Batteries initiative, the youngsters are working to promote the responsible disposal of used batteries and to reduce the environmental impact associated with battery disposal. Their partnership with PureCycle and Battery Solutions affords them the ability to assist customers, employees, and the communities in this effort by providing recycling bins for your new and used batteries.

Recycle my battery or RMB in short requests everyone to pledge to recycle a battery by giving it at Staples or Office Depot or by leaving them in the bins that are placed in offices / schools / leasing offices.  We encourage everyone to visit the website and gather all the information about how and what to recycle.

CPQ Business Analyst

CPQ Business Analyst

Project Overview:

CPQ Business Analyst with 5+experience in Oracle CPQ tool. Preferred experience in Configurator. E-Commerce, CPQ-SAP integration and promotions. Ability to ramp up Quickly to support current CPQ initiatives and growth lever projects,

Roles Scope / Deliverables : Provide configuration. administration , and support of CMO,s sales business processes using Oracle CPQ system collaborate with IT team & stakeholders to lead sales and Quote to Cash business process review sessions to identity user stories/requirements Manage stakeholder expectations

  • Translate requirements into effective business solutions
  • Coordinate testing (with business stakeholders). produce test scenarios and test scripts, facilitating SIT. UAT and sign-off

Key Skills: 5+years’ experience working as a business systems analyst in Oracle CPQ

Previous experience working with IT development teams configuring. implementing. and supporting CPQ application

  • Previous experience supporting and developing solutions on the salesforce.com platform is a plus
  • Strong understanding and/or hands on experience with sales and renewal
  • Experience in Configurator. e-commerce. CPQ-SAP integration and promotions.

For more opportunities visit the current openings

The Technology Crystal Ball – The Ethos of Cryptocurrencies – EP 3

The Technology Crystal Ball

NAM Info Inc. promoted The Technology Crystal Ball is starting its 2022 journey with a high voltage webinar titled “The Ethos of Cryptocurrency”. The Episode 3 brings one of the most renowned evangelists of crypto world, Nithin Eapen.

Nithin Eapen is a CryptoEvangelist, Speaker, Investor, Mentor, Technologist and Entrepreneur.

He created the Belpointe Crypto Index (Bloomberg Ticker: CRYPTO) and bootstrapped ChanceRiver, a technology services firm, into a multi-million dollar enterprise. Before ChanceRiver, Nithin was the Chief Investment Officer for a Crypto Venture Fund, Investment Banker and a software developer.

Nithin has spoken as a keynote speaker or panellist at 100+ events worldwide on Bitcoin, Artificial Intelligence, Trading, Investment, Startups and Technology.

He holds a degree in Engineering as well as a Masters’s in Financial Mathematics. His life stories go beyond an exciting path to entrepreneurship from being a market-maker on wall street, a poker player, a trivia-of-all-kinds fan and an avid squash player. He currently resides in Connecticut with his wife and five children.

The webinar, scheduled for 25th February, will explore the advantages and reasons to invest in cryptocurrencies and move away from the Government supported currencies which has for long been in use. The understanding of it becomes critical as world over governments are either experimenting or have already been implementing digital currencies.

Built on Blockchain technologies, cryptocurrencies do not give anyone a sense ownership and hence its one of the most democratic form of money that will be the future of how we all will be transacting. Already a few of the worlds largest businesses have started accepting cryptocurrencies as a form of money, which makes it even more important to understand everything about it from the crytoguru.

The technology crystal ball, a personal initiative of Vinay Mahajan, the founder, CEO of NAM Info Inc., is going to host people from various technology fields that can help everyone who is starting their careers or have been in the IT field for a while, to give a thought to what’s trending and how they can fine tune their skills at the right time.

AEM / React Full Stack Developer

AEM React Full Stack Developer

Job Description for AEM / Reach Full Stack Developer

• 4-5 Years of Back-End Development Experience in AEM Sites/Assets, Components, Templates , OSGI, CRX , Metadata and Workflows

• 4-5 Years of Front-End Experience in Front-End Development including React.js, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

• Experience in Content ecosystem components like DAM, CMS, Taxonomy, Metadata Management, Workflow tools, etc.

• Adobe Experience Manager , AEM Assets/DAM, and overall Adobe ecosystem (specifically Adobe Target, Adobe Analytics)

• Content/Experience Fragments, Responsive, SPA and Headless architectures, AEM Multi-site Management, Workflows, translations and other localization, custom metadata management, Asset Renditions, AEM Dispatcher, SEO support, Adobe Analytics and Adobe Target integration, CDN integration and publishing/deployment

• AEM Sites/Assets infrastructure, architecture, and configuration/administration

• Familiarity with campaign management platforms (Adobe Campaign or Salesforce Marketing Cloud) and Adobe Audience Manager/DMP would be a plus

• Identifying components and Templates required and designing Solution architecture

• Experience of creating OSGI bundle, CQ5 Components, Workflow

• Java/J2EE skills and OOPS with proficiency design patterns

• Knowledge of Architectural patterns on CRX and Apache Sling

• Should have experience in designing modules and components

• Exposure to one or more end to end implementations

• Knowledge of various adobe experience manager components like MSM, Mobile, I18N, Tagging, Translation, Search etc.

For any queries you can reach Manjunath

manju@nam-it.com / +1 (732) 993-5319

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Register for a Live fireside chat with Nithin Eapen on the Ethos of Cryptocurrency

Thinking beyond Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Thinking beyond Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

In my previous blog I concluded by saying, “In the new order of priority, automation is the way to empower people and move up the value chain.”

Continuing from there, the good news with anything that is good is that improvement is almost always round the corner.

Take Robotic Process Automation (RPA) for instance. It comes with the goodness of low cost, scalability, and the capability to process data at speeds that are far better than humanly possible.

However, RPA lacks cognition. RPA can only replicate pre-programmed, pre-configured commands and actions. And, in doing so, runs the inevitable risk of error magnification. Because RPA lacks the cognitive ability, it can, by way of repetition, amplify errors to the point where they become unmanageable and counterproductive.

The other limitation of RPA is that it is unable to read non-electronic, unstructured data inputs. This means, if you are trying to digitize paper-based documents, you would have to deploy other software and technologies that can work in tandem with RPA to scan documents before they can be processed using RPA.

This means evaluation, purchase, and implementation of a bridge software or technology that must be compatible with RPA and any other software that you may be currently using to digitize and structure data in a format that RPA can process.

Another drawback that one needs to be aware of is that RPA cannot read data that is disparate or in multiple formats. It will only read and process data in the one format that it has been trained to do. This can be extremely problematic and even unviable for, let’s say, a human resources department that wants to scan and shortlist hordes of CVs of candidates on the basis of a certain skill or pre-qualification or a pre-determined number of years of experience. RPA simply cannot do this because all the CVs would be in different formats and RPA is not suited to scan, read and process information that is in different formats.

The next time you click on a link to apply for a job and that link takes you to an elaborate and rather cumbersome form that contains multiple fields, dropdown menus, and restrictive formatting that feels like a labyrinth, and you are wondering why they just can’t let you upload a CV instead; this could probably be why.

A finance department would encounter a similar sort of challenge with RPA because for RPA variety is obviously not the way to go. Invoices submitted by vendors are often in so many different formats with relevant data fields to be found in varied places of the document. Invoices may also contain multiple line items. For RPA to read and process information of this nature, it must be in the exact same format with relevant data fields in the exact same spot. The only workaround to this would be to first determine and design a standard invoice format and then get all vendors and suppliers to toe the line by submitting their respective invoices in the same format. As impractical, long-drawn, and inefficient as this may sound, several organizations have actually designed and implemented these sorts of workarounds. In effect, it defeats the very purpose of automation and is counterproductive to cost and efficiency. Not to mention the nightmarish exercise that has to be undertaken each time a new vendor is on board or there is a process change.

All in all, RPA is a great tool to have in your armory if you are looking to increase productivity by automating routine tasks based on a set or sets of pre-defined rules. However, if you are looking for value that is to be gained by learning from experience, and not merely the power of voluminous repetition, you must look and think beyond RPA.

About the Author:

Bellinda D’Souza, Co-founder, and Chief Growth Officer, Finance Tech Unlimited.

Bellinda is a marketing professional with 20+ years of experience in content, B2B, and B2C marketing. As part of her role, she has been championing technology offerings for B2B and B2C target segments through her proficiencies of Digital and Non-digital platforms. She is passionate about AI and its possibilities to empower and offer a wide range of solutions, especially when combined with human brilliance.

Industrial Automation and Control Engineer

Industrial Automation and Control Engineer

The Industrial Automation and Control Engineer will be the focal point for site technical & commissioning issues.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Analyzes customer requirements and develops specifications to deliver fully tested and documented control systems for projects on time
  • Deliver the system for a project, fully tested, and documented to site to the required specifications and project timing
  • Responsible for application engineering of HMI/PLC systems for fully automated Warehouse Control Systems.
  • Sub-systems delivered on time in a project
  • Design, coding, specification and test of PLC, HMI, and AC drive software.
  • Number of call-ins to Helpdesk from a customer regarding the control system
  • Focal point for site technical & commissioning issues

Qualification:

  • Experience in plant control systems like PLC, HMI, SCADA
  • Knowledge of basic discrete automation & Instrumentation like, sensors, transmitters, RIO’s.
  • Knowledge of Palletization and automation systems
  • Must be able to draw optimized material flow and mapping to inventory process
  • Strong awareness of inbound and outbound systems transactions
  • Strong knowledge of communication protocols and interfaces like OPC, TCPIP, Ethernet, Control Net, Device Net
  • Knowledge of Pharma Manufacturing Enterprise technology like SAP, Oracle, JDE.
  • Preferably experience in the material handling in pharma manufacturing industry working on technical solutions and designs for green field and brown field projects consisting of one or more of the following products:
  • AS/RS, conveyors, AGVS, WMS, Picking & Palletizing, robotic material handling, etc.
  • knowledge of SynQ Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)
  • Experience of integration of WMS to MES and SAP
  • Functional knowledge of Manufacturing systems like LIMS, PRS, Labeling and Asset Management Systems
  • Knowledge of cGMP regulations, including 21CFR part 11, and good documentation practices.

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2022 – The year of Employee Empowerment through Automation

Employee empowerment through Automation

2020 was the year of work from home, 2021 the year of work-life balance and 2022 will be the year of employee empowerment. Empowerment that will come from a culture driven by the transformational power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).

As Sundar Pichai, CEO of Alphabet Inc., stated, artificial intelligence will be more profound than fire, electricity and the internet.

Today, there are about 3.29 billion people employed all over the world, in different occupations, and it would be an understatement to say that the last two years have been phenomenally transformational for at least two-thirds of them.

Employee empowerment has taken on various forms. From flexible work arrangements, employee-friendly policies, qualitative engagement and embracing DEI at the workplace, organizations have and continue to go all out to improve and enhance the dynamics of the workplace.

The question is, “Is it enough?”

How can organizations empower employees in a sense that is truly emancipating?

Automation certainly is a step towards this goal.

Automation empowerment is when people at work are equipped with the necessary technology and tools (not limited to AI) that will enable them to experience a greater sense of accomplishment, leading to improved productivity, increased efficiency, and an overall feeling of fulfillment.

Automation empowerment will not only help scale and enable efficiencies, it will also free up time for people to develop their skills and engage in activities that they want to do.

Organizations that are able to create and develop “Centers of Automation” around business processes are set to thrive in the new economy.

Automation empowerment will also become the new mantra for employee satisfaction. For HR, automation will become a potential talent acquisition and retention tool. Imagine a scenario where there are two accountants. Accountant A who scans and processes bills manually and accountant B, who is equipped with an AI assistant that scans and processes bills for accountant B. Who do you think will feel more enthused and liberated about the work they do – accountant A or B? Employees are looking for purpose, fulfillment and eudemonia. Workplaces need to be attractive, engaging, and uplifting.

The onus is on the organization and its leadership to veer the ship away from manual and towards automation, growth, and employee satisfaction. Leaders must go all out to ensure that employees are equipped with the required automation tools, AI assistants, cognitive workers, and digital channels.

As for the scare of people losing their jobs, well, the World Economic Forum estimates that by 2025, technology will create at least 12 million more jobs than it takes away, a sign that in the long run, automation will be a net positive for society.

In the new order of priority, automation is the way to empower people and move up the value chain.

Sources: ILO Global Employment Trends 2021. Harvard Business Review
https://hbr.org/2021/11/automation-doesnt-just-create-or-destroy-jobs-it-transforms-them

About the Author:

Bellinda D’Souza, Co-founder, and Chief Growth Officer, Finance Tech Unlimited.


Bellinda is a marketing professional with 20+ years of experience in content, B2B, and B2C marketing. As part of her role, she has been championing technology offerings for B2B and B2C target segments through her proficiencies of Digital and Non-digital platforms. She is passionate about AI and its possibilities to empower and offer a wide range of solutions, especially when combined with human brilliance.

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