Thursday, July 03, 2014: Aspire Systems, a global technology services firm with a strong DNA in product engineering, has been ranked 33 in this year’s ‘India’s Best Companies to Work for’ Study commissioned by Great Place To Work® Institute India and The Economic Times. Moreover, the company is also among the 10 best technology companies to work for in India.
This is the fifth time in a row that Aspire Systems has received this recognition for its operations in India. Additionally, the company has made a significant jump from rank 55 last year to rank 33 this year.
This year, the India’s Best Companies to Work for Study attracted participation from over 1,70,000 employees from around 600 organizations, from over 20 industries. This makes it the largest and the most comprehensive survey based on credible data collected using well researched methods.
Some best practices at Aspire Systems
The ‘Aspire Calendar’ is gives every employee a sense of pride and makes him/her a brand ambassador of Aspire Systems
When Versant Technologies was acquired in 2013, Aspire created an internal website with information of the new team members (from former Versant). This enabled Aspirians from across the globe, to welcome new members on board, by posting personalized messages
Commenting on the ranking, Mr. Gowri Shankar Subramanian, Chairman and CEO, Aspire Systems said, “Our commitment to our employees has always been our priority, and more so this year, with two acquisitions that have taken place consecutively in the last six months. Our main aim currently is seamless integration of all our new teams into the Aspire work culture. I would like to dedicate this recognition to all our employees who make Aspire truly a ‘Great Place to Work’.”
Aspire Systems announced the acquisition of Belgium-based Applied Development, in April 2014 and the acquisition of Hyderabad-based Versant Technologies in December 2013. The company’s headcount stands at 1400 with focus in product engineering for the Retail, Distribution and Consumer Goods vertical.