San Francisco: Amdocs, a US-based supplier of communications and software services, is allegedly laying off 2,000 people, or around 6.5% of its staff.

Amdocs will eliminate 200 employees in Israel, where it was formed in 1982, a drop of around 4%, according to a report on the Israeli website Calcalist.

According to a statement from Amdocs, the company “continually assesses the global macroeconomic conditions and takes appropriate measures to ensure sustained growth” like other top international businesses.

“As part of this, we periodically initiate efficiency processes while maintaining investments in areas of growth, in line with our strategic plan,” noted Amdocs, which employs approximately 31,000 people worldwide.

At Amdocs, there have been two rounds of layoffs so far this year.

The corporation said in January that it will fire 700 workers, including 100 in Israel, or 2.3% of its staff.


In May 2022, Amdocs announced plans to pay $188 million acquire the SaaS-based cloud network and service assurance solutions business, MYCOM OSI, with headquarters in the UK.

Amdocs specialised in providing software and services to digital businesses, media companies, and financial service providers.

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