Challenging projects, strong benefits, winning culture and advanced career training — we’ve got it all at Avaap. Those are just some of the reasons the most talented people in the Infor Lawson community want to build their career at Avaap and why we’ve been recognized as one of the best places to work in IT by ComputerWorld magazine!
The annual listing showcases the organizations that excel at keeping their employees engaged and loyal with compensation, training and access to hot technologies. Avaap ranked No. 12 in the small organization category on this year’s list. This recognition is reflective not only of the great talent inside Avaap, but the hiring strategies and talent management practices that focus on finding the best talent to deliver high-performing services and innovative technology solutions to our customers.
“We are honored to make the ComputerWorld list of Best Places to Work in IT,” said Dhiraj Shah, president and CEO of Avaap. “This prestigious recognition is testament to the outstanding work performed by our employees and our ability to collaborate, innovate and achieve winning business outcomes for our customers. We pride ourselves on building a success-driven culture and care about our employees and their success. An empowering and fulfilling work culture has served as the foundation to our success as a company and this recognition is a tribute to the talented professionals who make Avaap a great place to work.”
Avaap’s team of experienced technical and functional consultants are the reason the company has experienced accelerated growth, high customer retention and earned accolades including being awarded Infor Services Partner of the Year 2013. The mantra “people are our most important asset” is not just something we say, but demonstrated in the flexible approach to work, availability of training for personal and professional development, competitive benefits and recognition for contributions to the company’s success.
“Avaap is a fantastic place to work for anyone with Infor Lawson S3 or M3 experience because the company hires the most talented individuals in the field and invests in training to ensure resources are certified and skilled,” added Jake Wyant, director, Staffing and Capacity planning at Avaap. “Learning from each other is one way our associates achieve personal and professional growth. Infor education adds to that by helping our associates build new skills, achieve greater productivity and produce results for our customers.”
In addition to the things most people want – great pay, interesting work, a feeling of ownership and outcomes – the culture at Avaap is driven by people who care about their colleagues and the work that they do. The processes and work outcomes are aligned with the professionalism you’d expect from a large company, but with the heart of a boutique firm. The company is growing, but is also mature and run by a leader who truly believes that the success of the business is driven by the people.
“Everyone from the back office to technical consultants and field representatives serve an important role at Avaap,” concludes Dhiraj. “I’m confident we’ll continue to see great things from the people who have made Avaap what it is – one of the best places to work in IT.”