Fantastic news! Datavail was recently named the most valuable database management company by the India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards. In India, this highly coveted award is likened to the American version of the Oscars so this is an incredible accolade for Datavail and one for which we are extremely proud.
I think our director of human resources for Datavail’s India operations described the moment we were announced the winner of this award the best. He wrote, “We realized that we are not in our dreams. We felt and understood the actual meaning of the saying ‘Dreams come true.’ What a moment!”
We have worked hard to differentiate ourselves in India by creating a positive and appreciative environment where employees understand how much they are valued, and that focus has worked well in helping us cultivate a highly desired employer brand in India.
In fact, we were told that Datavail earned this award over the other four finalists, which included Oracle and Sybase, because of our work culture, and we learned that we are the preferred DBA employer in India. This speaks volumes about the expert-level staff Datavail is able to attract.
We are proud of the work we do, and our continued growth is a direct reflection of our clients’ satisfaction. Internally, we applaud our successes, team contributions and individual accomplishments. When our accomplishments are recognized globally and industry-wide, that feeling of pride is amplified tenfold. When industry luminaries conduct non-biased research spanning a number of areas, from financial management to business strategy to ethics and philanthropy, and confirm we are leading the industry, that’s incredibly gratifying. To learn Datavail is the most valuable database management company in India, which happens to be the second most populous country in the world… Well, that’s definitely reason to celebrate, don’t you think?
The India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards recently named Datavail as the most valuable database management company in India.
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