After a few months at Persistent, I’m reminded of the famous quote from Albert Einstein when asked about giving his students the same questions a year later – “the questions are the same, but the answers have changed.”

This reflects our business and the business of our clients. While they pursue greater business growth and customer experience through digital transformation, the means of doing that keep changing with each wave of cloud and data-based technology innovation. It’s both exciting and challenging to stay ahead of these incredible developments and figuring out how to effectively architect, develop and deploy them.

The evolution of technologies, fresh advances in software engineering, platform business models, and changing customer needs, all require finding new software-driven solutions. It is essential to invest in comprehensive engineering expertise that combines traditional software and product know-how with broader business and emerging-technologies acumen: in other words, Digital Engineering expertise.

At Persistent, we continue to fully embrace cloud-based architectures, mobility, and cutting-edge user interfaces with sophisticated, data-driven solutions. We are also embracing the best development methodologies like DevSecOps and SRE (site reliability engineering) to dramatically improve agility and velocity within the enterprise.

Businesses that transformed successfully in the last decade are those that embraced digital holistically across their organization. They put client experience at the center of their digital transformation and looked at their enterprise architecture as a key competitive advantage. They recognized the need for agility to respond to market needs rapidly, including partnering effectively to deliver the required customer experience, which required developing open platforms with APIs that others in the ecosystem can connect to seamlessly, while keeping security and privacy top of mind.

Persistent’s Digital Engineering expertise, deep industry knowledge, and differentiated IP is enabling us to have a significant impact on each of our client’s digital transformation agenda. Some great examples of Persistent’s impact include IDFC Bank, which rolled out a new banking channel while modernizing IT infrastructure in just under four weeks, and UK-based Quanta Dialysis using technology to improve care delivery and patient freedom along with the special challenge of integrating with a third party logistics service. Syneos Health, a biopharmaceutical solutions company, used Persistent’s Center of Excellence to accelerate its solution delivery by 2-4 weeks for clients. These success stories, and many others, are what excite me about the journey ahead with Persistent.

The most significant career growth I have experienced has been while working with organizations going through transformational change; the journey becomes even more meaningful with passionate, curious, and like-minded colleagues like those at Persistent.

Come and explore the wide range of exciting career opportunities with Persistent.

Principal Software Engineers: Persistent is looking for individuals with 8+ years of architecture, design, and programming experience to take on the exciting challenges of this position. The ideal candidates will have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Computer Science or a related field. You’re a great fit for this position if you have a good understanding of algorithms, data structures, and object-oriented programming, with the ability to adapt to changing priorities. We have multiple openings in several locations in India for Principal Software Engineers to explore new technologies and languages to help systems do more:

Full Stack Architects: Persistent is looking for qualified professionals with 10+ years’ industry experience to propose, design, and test applications, ensuring data quality and systems reliability. The ideal candidates will have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Computer Science or a related field. As scrum leads, you will have the opportunity to contribute to planning, design, implementation, testing, operations, and process improvement.