Richa Kumari, one of our women technologists at SG GSC India, submitted a paper on ‘Quantum Computing’ which has been selected to be presented at this year’s virtual Grace Hopper Celebration India (GHCI) event on 12 March. Read more in her interview here.
At Societe Generale’s Global Solution Centre (SG GSC), diversity and inclusion is an important aspect of work culture and this is achieved by a shared sense of commitment. Learn more in this feature!
Societe Generale Global Solution Centre was recently recognised as one of the ‘100 Best Companies for Women in India’. As an organisation strongly committed towards greater gender diversity, enabling women to resume their careers after a break, offering sabbaticals and lateral mobility into key roles are some of the aspects that help build long careers. Anusha Kemparaju one of our employees shares her story.
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An ever-cresting digital wave and newer ways of consuming content have led to an urgent focus on cybersecurity. For individuals, digital makes life easier, as you can have anything at…
Jyotiprasad Rath heads the Open Source Program Office (OSPO) at Societe Generale’s Global Solution Centre. The mission of OSPO is to drive the ‘Open Source First’ philosophy across the Group.…
Many of the SG GSC employees have become close friends what with much of the work day spent meeting like-minded people and having meaningful conversations. Read more.
As they say, Chennai is a city, but Madras is the emotion. This is what my experience has been – that of a modern city with deep values, diverse people, vibrant culture, rich architecture and full of tradition. My Chennai experience was made possible when I moved here in 2018 to be a part of Societe Generale Global Solution Centre (SG GSC), which had been set up in Chennai four years ago. And of course, working with our passionate teams has certainly made my Chennai experience extra special.