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Bloomingdale, IL, United States, 2008/01/21 - Saigun Technologies completed its 6 years, on 21 January 2008. After facing ups-and-downs of the software industry, Saigun has now matured from a mere service provider to a product company giving tooth-and-nail competition to HR software vendors.
“The highly expensive product development process in US motivated us to start a venture in India that could promote quality software development at competitive prices.”, says Tushar, President of the company. He continues, “After achieving a remarkable success in service Industry, we decided to launch our own product. EmpXtrack (empxtrack.com)– an Integrated Human Capital and Talent Management Suite, thus came into existence in 2004.”
EmpXtrack (empxtrack.com) a unique solution offered by Saigun, provides an integration of all HR practices into one software. It helps small, medium and large enterprises to implement best HR and Performance Management processes to enrich the organization with talent to acquire a competitive edge. Speedy customization and a highly competitive price are the two USPs of EmpXtrack.
Major General B K Bhatia, a visionary of the company, who hails from the apex ranks of one the largest armies in the world, has focused from the beginning on the introduction of best HR practices in the company. Revealing the secret of organization's success, he says, “We at Saigun believe that Employee Performance Management System should be put into practice as soon as possible, even if you are a startup. We did it in third year of our inception when our employee strength touched 40. People are our most important asset. Our 'Fast Tracker' program (a Performance and Talent Management initiative) helped us in identifying the right potential which was to be groomed for leadership positions. Our retention strategy was to ensure market driven remuneration for such people, besides providing them with challenging tasks which exercised their creative faculties. This helped us in arresting the migration of talent to other companies”. He adds, “most of our Fast Trackers are today with us occupying key positions. Even those whom we considered as mediocre professionals were acceptable to big software companies in the industry”.
“The major challenges that Indian Software industry is going to face in future are People, Intellectual Property and global competition. Mid-sized software companies like us need to manage their people efficiently, to be able to replicate the delivery consistent quality. And this will help them to shrug off the pressure of global challenge.” added Tushar, “and after development of EmpXtrack, we now master the art of talent management.”
Developing your own IP (Intellectual Property) hypes your market value by significant steps. It helps you to deliver more by small number of people. The next challenge to face is global competition. Customers will have choices. To become one of their options, you need to deliver global quality.
Remembering his days at IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Tushar adds, “IITs inculcate within you the value of hard work. The quality of education is very high. Here one does not merely learn, but explores new concepts and thoughts. Education at IIT helps you to do deeper analysis of all aspects and think like an entrepreneur. Having IIT an alma mater is simply an advantage.”
Saigun (saigun.com) is now all set to put its footprint in US by closing new contracts and opening an office in Chicago.