July - 2015 - issue > Best companies to Work for - Outsourced Product Development

Talentica Software: Step into the Organization that Promotes Happy Workmanship

Kavitha G.
Sunday, June 28, 2015
Kavitha G.
Being experts in the field of product development for startups over the last 12 years, Talentica has been instrumental in helping startups to architect their innovative products. With 60+ products in its contribution's arsenal, the outsourced core product development company is preferred amongst the eminent and revolutionary product startups across U.S., Europe and India, who encompass right from a pre-funded startup to a profitable acquisition.

Talentica's Success Recipe

Being a name that is worth mentioning amongst the cadre of outsourced product development enablers for startups, Talentica credits it's 400+ best minds and their deep technological expertise, agile product development capabilities, and not to mention, the enviable work environment which promises ample of growth opportunities to its breeding excellence. Founded and spearheaded by a duo of IIT Bombay alumni– Nitin Shimpi and Manjusha Madabushi, the company provides its employees a freedom to explore new technologies, while also empowering them to continue its tradition of handholding clients throughout their tenure by co-innovating with them.

Talentica loves to walk the road less explored and breathes on its core values (rather than advertising them on every wall) which upheld learning and adopting new tools and technologies, much before they are touted as hot technologies by others; relentlessly focusing on innovation to create fantastic products and promoting employees based on their performance, but not seniority. The values also include encouraging employees to express their opinions, however critical they are and maintaining a 'no-entitlement' culture where the same rules apply to all its employees irrespective of their position. Considered to be the core pillars of the organization, the values are not only instrumental in attracting the best of the talents, but also in retaining them, thus keeping the attrition rates below the industry average.

"I strongly believe that the secret to creating a great place to work isn't spending money on doling out freebies. It's giving employees the freedom to try out new ideas, opportunities to take risks and a culture that fosters learning and technical excellence," explains Nitin Shimpi, CEO, Talentica Software.

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