July - 2015 - issue > Best Companies to Work For - Engineering Services

eInfochips: Chiseling Employees - Skills with a Healthy Balance of Technical & Soft Skill Development Programs

Susila Govindaraj
Friday, June 26, 2015
Susila Govindaraj
With a strong belief that building a company implies building with people, eInfochips was founded in 1994 by Pratul Shroff, chiseling the technical prowess of its people with exposure to cutting-edge technologies and marquee clients based in U.S. & Europe. The 1500 people-strong company believes in sharing its success with Chipmates (as eInfochips fondly refers to its employees). The testimony to this belief is that 15 percent of the company is owned by Chipmates and ex-Chipmates.

Tremendous Growth Opportunities

In addition to its significant growth on end-to-end software PLM services, cloud computing, Big-Data Analytics and BI, eInfochips has also initiated their practice on mechanical design and engineering. With a rapid 30 percent year-on-year growth, today eInfochips is magnetizing high performers who seek to accelerate their career growth with a steep learning curve along with tremendous growth opportunities. eInfochips is engaged on some marquee projects such as the Google Ara Modular Smartphone, World's 1st satellite based aircraft navigation system, World's first Retail IoT Implementation and deploying Business Intelligence for customer retention. Keen on putting customers first, Chipmates are directed to execute projects with discipline and embrace impossible technological challenges.eInfochips also has a highly effective reward system, interest-free loan disbursement, parental insurance and higher education policy.

"Working at eInfochips is a matter of pride for me. The values embedded in us, related to customer satisfaction and excellence in deliverables, have always inspired me to push myself in my efforts. Each of my colleagues is allowed to choose their field of expertise and explore their strengths amidst a fun-filled environment," says Pradeep Sethi, eInfochips.

Role-Based Learning & Development Programs

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