“Opportunities don’t happen. You create them” is a noteworthy quote from Chris Grosser, one of the individuals that has made Tesla one of the great companies in the world.
Companies that have established sound technology-based systems like Tesla continue to thrive. Take Plaxonic Technologies, a proficient IT and business process management (BPM) company. Its well-rounded approach to business focuses on enduring customer satisfaction and genuine employee welfare.
Plaxonic Technologies is an powerful example for many companies looking to build innovative solutions as it looks to build upon sound fundamentals and continue its remarkable growth: Since its inception in 2013, Plaxonic Technologies has consistently earned accolades being one of the Top 22 BPO Companies in the World and Top 100 Big Data Companies in the World.
Partner of choice for innovative technology solutions
As an innovative solutions provider, Plaxonic Technologies recognizes its responsibility and how much is at stake. Its products, expertly crafted IT & BPM solutions, are leading difference makers that have been helping shape forward-thinking solutions for clients.
Shaan Rizvi, the company’s founder and CEO, “is a meticulous executive with traits that rub on to all Plaxonic’s employees and manifest in the products that they make,” says Dipti Sharma, the company’s HR Manager.
Streamlined solutions propelling growth
Innovative products are a representation of well-organized and functional internal processes. Just ask Apple’s Tim Cook. Some of Plaxonic Technologies’ most novel solutions include Herbal Cart, Paycron, and GetiKnock.com.
The company features a well-balanced environment of mission, accomplishment, and employee-welfare. “We know the value of having a well-motivated workforce,” Rizvi says. His vision for the company is simple: “Having a company with happy employees.”
The simplicity of his strategy has been the strong point of the organization — and Sharma’s primary focus. Sharma, an employee of the year awardee in 2016, has nurtured a culture of “family” among the employees through dedication and innovation.
Programs like the Plaxonic Idea Factory (PIF), extra-curricular activities, and a comprehensive rewards and recognition program “keeps the morale of the employees at a high level,” Sharma says, noting that PIF provides any employee with an avenue to “voice out their ideas and opinions that can help shape the company forward.” With a similar setting to TED talks, each employee builds expertise on a particular topic and develops an advanced public speaking skill. “Extra-curricular activities are meant to remove the burn out from the workers,” Rizvi says.
Sports, video games, and team-building activities provide a timeout from the everyday rigors of work and let the employees unwind in different settings, just like Silicon Valley companies. “These activities develop the necessary ingredients for corporate success and teamwork,” Rizvi says.
The company also emphasizes giving strong recognition to its employees, “which keeps the workforce extremely motivated,” Sharma says.
Simplicity translates into success
It’s an inspiring story how Plaxonic shows many growing companies that embracing employee-centric philosophy has molded it into one of the fastest-rising and growing IT & BPM powerhouses in the world while similar companies have gone out of business.
Plaxonic also invests in social initiatives, the most notable one being Daughter of Moon, which empowers women in the region.
“I’m sure they’ll be a lot of other companies who will adopt our “happy employee = successful company” formula,” Rizvi says.
With its planned expansion in Amsterdam, it comes as a no surprise as to why the company “is poised to become the leading partner of choice for many global companies looking to turn their innovative ideas into technological solutions — and a reality,” Sharma says.