India’s Layam Group Moves into Australia with AI technology in staffing, training, and contract manufacturing solutions

The company plans to collaborate with local Australian partners to promote best practices and foster innovation.

Layam Group, an Indian leading company in staffing, training, and contract manufacturing solutions announced significant strides in its commitment to sustainable growth and innovation with a strategic move to integrate digital AI technology across its operations and expand its global footprint with a new office in Melbourne, Australia.

G.S Ramesh, Founder and Chairman of Layam Group, reflected on the company’s journey, stating, “We started Layam to bridge the critical gap between skilled talent and industry needs. Over the years, we have not only fulfilled this objective but have also enhanced the careers of many, aiding them in realising their professional aspirations.”

G.S Ramesh, Founder and Chairman of Layam Group

The company’s foray into the international market is seen as a strategic expansion that will solidify its standing as a global platform connecting talent with opportunities and facilitating reliable knowledge transfer.

“Our expansion into Melbourne will establish us as a formidable force in the global talent development arena,”

Ramesh added.
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He emphasised the dual benefit of their sustainable staffing solutions which have significantly helped clients achieve their business objectives, thereby positioning Layam as a ‘partner in progress.’

The integration of AI into their operations is expected to drive efficiency and enhance upskilling in a market prone to turbulence yet ripe for growth.

Layam’s new office in Melbourne is part of an ambitious plan to address the gap between skilled and under-skilled job seekers by providing essential training for careers in manufacturing and related industries. The company plans to collaborate with local Australian partners to promote best practices and foster innovation.

Since its establishment, Layam Group has grown impressively, boasting a presence in over 65 locations across India and a skilled workforce of more than 65,000 professionals. With partnerships spanning more than 200 clients across all solutions, Layam has cemented itself as a pivotal player in the industry. Currently, the Layam family includes over 13,000 associates, a testament to its expansive reach and influence.

Moreover, Layam is dedicated to making a positive impact on the community through its CSR initiative, “Tarang,” which focuses on six pillars: education, health, skill development, environment and sustainability, rural development, and cultural heritage.

Layam Group’s adherence to its CQP (Cost, Quality, Productivity) philosophy has consistently demonstrated its commitment to ingenuity and excellence. By integrating digital AI and expanding into Australia, Layam is poised to shape the future of talent development and create lasting societal benefits, living up to its motto of being the “Catalyst for Growth” in the evolving landscape of global talent development.

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