It was a fiesta full of joy, enthusiasm and zeal, as Easypack celebrated 10th anniversary of ‘Digitizing’ process on the 14th of February 2012. Team members actively participated in several day long events to mark the successful 10th year of digitizing .Team members decorated various locations of Easypack with balloons, ’Rangoli’ and miscellaneous decorative articles. Each of the office locations was decorated on versatile themes and adorned with rangoli made from fresh flowers, balloons, lamps etc.
Team members dressed up in traditional Indian attires for the celebration. One minute games like opening locks with jumbled keys in one minute, balancing the football in one leg and hand at the same time and competitions like ‘Bhel’ making competition added more excitement to the fun filled environment. Employees formed teams and prepared ‘Bhel’ for all the employees. The winners of this competition were Rahul Despande, Prasad Gosavi & Manisha Borkute who received the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize respectively.
All the Easypack team members enjoyed to their fullest and participated wholeheartedly to make this a memorable event. This event helped to encourage team members to showcase their talent in different types of activities like culinary skills, ‘Rangoli’, office decoration and event organization. Easypack encourages organizing such events to boost the morale & spirit of its team members. We strive to encourage our associates through such initiatives.
Easypack has completed 13 years successful journey on 1st May, 2011. On this occassion, an entertainment programme was organized in which staff actively participated. Those who had completed either 5 or 10 years with Easypack , were felicitated with long-service certificate as well as cash reward. The orchretra which had been invited for the evening belted out hit-songs from different eras. Towards the end of the program, Easypackers let their hair down and danced on latest numbers. All in all it was an evening full on entertainment.
Arun Saxena receiving award at the hands of Maharashtra Chief Minister, Shri Ashok Chavan
Easypack Software Inc. bagged the prestigious IT Special award from Government of Maharashtra for outstanding performance in Information Technology for year 2010 at the hands of Shri Ashok Chavan, Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, on 20th August 2010 at a glittering ceremony at Yeshwantrao Chavan auditorium, Mumbai.
“Maharashtra Information Technology Awards” have been instituted in 2004 to felicitate the IT companies and Institutions in Maharashtra, for outstanding performance during the year. The awards are given on “Information Technology Day” – 20th August – to commemorate the birth anniversary of the late Prime Minister of India Shri Rajiv Gandhi.
Easypack is a 100% EOU operating in overseas market since 1998 with a vision, and commitment to strive for excellence, coupled with a strong desire to deliver quality work in ethical manner. Today, Easypack is a globally recognized Service provider enjoying the confidence of all its overseas clients and has carved a niche in oil well Data Processing work.
With Arun Saxena at the helm, Easypack established itself as one of the largest BPO operations in Central India, having a strong and committed work force of more than 600 employees working round the clock. Arun is a post graduate in Computer Science from BITS Pilani. To gain industry experience, Arun had worked in different capacities with diverse industries such as – Computer Maintenance Corporation, Mumbai, J. N. Marshall Pvt. Ltd., Pune, and Maharashtra Explosives Limited, Nagpur. His work on software for designing orifice plate in a pressure reducing station was accepted at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai where he presented a technical paper on this subject. With nearly 3 decades of experience in the field of IT and his passion for excellence , Arun is making significant contribution in the growth of Easypack.
Arun is a firm believer of ”The companies that survive longest are the ones that work out what they uniquely can give to the world – not just growth or money but their excellence, their respect for others, or their ability to make people happy”….some call those things a soul.