Synygy India - 'Most Exciting Emerging Companies To Work For'

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 20 November 2007, 08:00 Hrs
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Pune: Synygy India, a provider of solutions for management of sales compensation plans, has been ranked among one of the 'Most Exciting Emerging Companies to work for' in a recent NASSCOM Exciting Emerging Companies (EEC) survey of IT-BPO companies.

The NASSCOM EEC Survey looked at HR practices of small and medium sized companies to identify the 'Top 15 Exciting Emerging Companies to Work for' in the IT-BPO sector in India. The survey of employees included issues such as work environment, career development, job satisfaction, rewards and recognition, and fairness and equity.

"We are thrilled that Synygy India has been recognized as a great place to work through the employee survey, and that our employees recognize the amazing culture and unique opportunities for career growth that we have created," said Mark A. Stiffler, President & CEO, Synygy.

Analysis of the survey results revealed several factors that make Synygy India an exciting emerging company, such as: a heavy emphasis on training and development; exceptional career management; constant and effective communication; fair and well-understood processes and policies; use of climate surveys and benchmarking; and availability of company recreational activities.

"At Synygy India, our employees are the driving force behind our ability to deliver a growing number of web-native software products and exceptional professional services," said Chetan Shah, Managing Director of Synygy India. "This recognition by NASSCOM further endorses our investment in India and our employees."

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