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India's 5 Best Tech Companies To Work For

A hefty paycheck and huge employee compensation won’t necessarily define the ‘desirability’ of a company in India’s star-studded IT sector. Being one of the most sought after fields by grads, these companies always hold something special to retain talents. From amazing work culture to perks, let’s check out what makes these 5 IT companies the best places to work for in India based on a survey by The Great Place To Work Institute.

#5 NetApp India
Business Description: NetApp provides integrated data storage solutions that enable customers to leverage virtualization, cloud computing and storage efficiency to improve their business
Location: Bangalore
Employees: 2,011
Gender Ratio: 1:4.22

NetApp is yet another company like Google, whose international facilities are well known for the best work culture. The company has a cross-functional team of employees called the Global Workforce Council (GWC) which keeps an eye on the talent issues globally. This council makes recommendations to the executive staff.

The NetApp office in India has ‘Wall Of Fame,’ which recognizes the employees who have filed a patent, awarded patent or recognized in any other way.

#4 SAS Institute – India
Business Description: Data warehousing solutions, BI solutions, analytical solutions, visual analytics engine, consulting services, customer support services, sales, marketing & alliances
Location: Mumbai
Employees: 593
Gender Ratio: 1:3.39

SAS might be the only company using ‘Optimum Reach’ model to train its candidates. More than 60 percent of the workforce is senior talent and hence anybody who had spent more than three years in the company will train the juniors.

#3 Tavant Technologies
Business Description: IT solutions
Location: Bangalore
Employees: 689
Gender Ratio: 1:2.7

Tavant Technologies is an IT Services and Solutions company founded by four Indians, after quitting Amazon. The company headquartered in California has its India headquarters in Bangalore.
Tavant has been recognized globally for its innovative solutions, people practices, growth and for its contribution to the open source forum.

According to Economic Times, the company has an interesting work culture. It allows employees to applaud for the work of others irrespective of team or geography.

#2 Intel
Business Description: Microprocessors, chipsets, motherboards, adaptors for desktops, laptops
Location: Bangalore
Employees: 3,472
Gender Ratio: 1:3.9

Intel, the world’s biggest chip maker is ranked second in the list of best IT companies to work for in India. The interview process in the company is not merely focuses on the knowledge part but also checks whether the candidate is a perfect fit.

According to Economic Times, there is a strict rule followed in Intel, which is ‘a new hire should never feel isolated.’

#1 Google India
Business Description: Search, YouTube, Gmail, apps, mobile, enterprise, social
Location: Bangalore
Employees: 1,503
Gender Ratio (F/M): 1:1.21

The Indian wing of international search giant Google, clocked in first on the list of best IT workplaces. Globally, Google is best known for its work culture, employee perks and the generous pay.

According to Google, the engineers at Bangalore office have worked on Ads, Enterprise, Geo and News products, search infrastructure and products for users in emerging markets.

Google’s Map Maker is a product of the Bangalore facility. Adding to the Bangalore, Google has offices in Hyderabad and Gurgaon.

Credits: http://www.siliconindia.com/news/technology/Indias-5-Best-Tech-Companies-To-Work-For-nid-149591-cid-2.html

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