In a bid to meet the growing demand for skilled people the National association of software and services companies (Nasscom) has created a courseware for 'Transactional finance and accounting' in the business process management (BPM) industry.
The courseware includes a facilitator guide and student handbook, which outlines the pedagogical approach and learning methodologies that aims to empower students with the requisite competencies in this Qualification Pack (QP)/job role. This is a collective effort from the key BPM companies.
The move forms part of the effort to keep a talent pipeline ready to meet the growing demand from the industry considering that India is ready to meet the projected year-on-year growth of 11% to 12% in BPM exports.
Sandhya Chintala, Vice President, NASSCOM and Executive Director SSC NASSCOM said, "The 'Transactional F&A' courseware is aimed at developing the capability of both the faculty and the students.
The competency that will be enabled will facilitate a skilled and job-ready ecosystem for the F&A occupation. SSC NASSCOM as a Board of Certification for Qualification Packs will assess the competency of students and certify them on these transnational skills, offering a currency of global mobility."
The Nasscom has kick-started a two-day BPM Strategy Summit 2015 in Bangalore with an objective to provide a platform for delegates and industry leaders and experts to synergise their efforts to evolve the dynamic BPM landscape, enabling it to deal with ever changing global business trends.