3i Infotech wins global recognition

DUBAI — 3i Infotech, a global information technology company, has won ‘Most Democratic Workplaces 2010 Award’ by a US-based enterprise and got a place on the list among 44 companies across the world including the US, UK and India.

By Abdul Basit

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Published: Sat 17 Apr 2010, 10:17 PM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 9:39 AM

The IT firm provides a range of information technology solutions for insurance, banking & finance, capital markets, mutual funds, e-Governance, manufacturing, and retail & distribution. Its regional operations cover Middle East, Africa, Russia and CIS countries from Dubai.

“At 3i Infotech, we are not only committed to offering the best breed of IT Solutions, but also believe in democratic values that empower people. With democracy in the workplace you can generate a lot of ideas on revenue improvement, cost reduction and various other aspects of business. You can also make people take ownership of the vision and goals of the company, which is very important for its sustained growth,” 3i Infotech Managing Director and CEO V. Srinivasan said.

WorldBlu is a US-based social enterprise specialising in organisational democracy and freedom-centered leadership. 3i Infotech qualified for this recognition after its employees completed a survey, evaluating the organisation’s practice of ten democratic principles, such as transparency, dialogue, listening, integrity and accountability. “3i Infotech’s workplace values promote autonomy and the same is reflected in the growth and development of the company, which has expanded at over 45 per cent since its inception in 1999. Democratic companies like 3i Infotech model how giving power to their people, especially during challenging economic times, can increase innovation and also boost the bottom-line,” WorldBlu Founder & chief executive Traci Fenton said.

· abdulbasit@khaleejtimes.com

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