A company where employees get freedom to express and execute their talents is obviously much more than a workplace. Radix is an organization that believes in motivating hidden talents of its employees. It can be either technology or sport or any.
For Radixians, “Radix is a Family”. Here, everyday we find the reason of celebration no matter it is Diwali or Christmas. And, I can say we didn’t miss out this opportunity by welcoming 2016 with a great level of motivation and appreciation. Radix recently hosted its 4th annual cricket tournament – RPL (Radix Premier Lague). This Holiday season, Radix STOOD OUT by appreciating shining stars.
There we have reached at the time of the year when festive mood is in full swing, gifts are ready to be exchanged and looking your best at the celebration parties is a must. Yes, you guessed it correct, I’m talking about the festive of light, Diwali. Calibrations at Radix are always remarkable. We celebrated Diwali with a bang on November 7. It was full of fun, frolic and fantastic food.
When it comes to celebrating any festive or occasions, our HR team go beyond the usual in an effort to bring the enthusiasm and joyous atmosphere at the office.
Nothing could have been better than having a theme of Indian traditional wear to create the festive mood on. The mentioning of theme itself brought a lot of happiness to welcome the festival of lights – Diwali in style.
Software development Methods…. there had and will be many different software development methods.
Well, that is neither a conclusion nor a statement… we just have used so many different types of software development methods, over a period of 10 years that we had to start looking at the source and identify, track down every change in event of management processes.
It goes beyond saying that IT has become the DNA of every business process. IT has earned unrivaled importance.
But as they say there is no such thing as free lunch. Even popularity comes at a price. With rise in popularity, IT has also come under the scanner.
Enterprises that look to respond and adapt faster to external market pressures demand agility in their IT framework. Architectures that underpin this requirement are increasingly being viewed as the bad egg.