Creating Great People Managers
Impetus has evolved as a thought leader in the technology space of data science, big data and BI: Praveen Kankariya, CEO, Impetus
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Impetus is a software product, solutions and services company focused on transforming the analytics lifecycle for Fortune 500 enterprises. With an employee strength of 2,000 globally, Impetus is a ‘Partner of Choice’ for organisations in transforming their data lifecycle by enabling EDW modernisation, the unification of data sources, advanced analytics, and self-service business intelligence (BI) consumption.
Praveen Kankariya, CEO, Impetus, says, “What makes us a great place to work is all people coming together and creating a shared big future, without any distractions. Ultimately, the gratification of making a difference by coming together is what makes a difference.” Over the last 26 years, Impetus has evolved as a thought leader in the technology space of data science, big data and BI. It provides various avenues for employees to work together as one large team.
Impetus has developed a robust set of people practices that has led to an inclusive work environment, promoting the development and appreciative and rewarding culture. The key focus areas that distinguish Impetus from others, is their belief in creating great people managers. Building authentic leaders at all levels has resulted in their success.
The leadership at Impetus does not restrict themselves to only investing in the professional trajectory of the people but also ensures to work on benefits and in-house facilities for the overall well-being. The management ensures that employees are taken care of through a holistic purview. Over the years, Impetus has created an environment of ownership, partnership, and trust across all levels. Employees strongly feel about Impetus as a great place to work because they are welcomed, respected and heard. Their journey with Impetus has not only helped them to ace in their career but has also helped them to enjoy a well-balanced life. On average, employees spend more than six years with the company. The attrition rate of the company is 12 per cent annually which entails that people are likely to stay back giving a major competitive advantage.