Einfochips

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Good to work for a couple of early years of technical career.

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pune (India)
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pune (India)

I worked at Einfochips

Pros

Good opportunities for technical growth
Good Learning experience

Cons

Very low salary.
Exploit freshers/less experience people by making them sign a 2 year Bond.
Only small scale projects. Very few large accounts.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

CEO was effective only till company reached a certain stage. To grow further CEO needs to step down and let a non-technical person become a CEO.
CTO should concentrate on technical aspects and should have up-to-date knowledge of everything in the industry and not take part in internal politics and business strategies.
Need to employ some real MBAs for sales and marketing. People with manufacturing sales experience do not fit into the software/embedded market sales and marketing.
Should not accept small and unstable projects after a certain level of growth.

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    Challenge and Opportunity to Grow

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    Former Employee - Senior ASIC Engineer - OnSite Champion in Ahmedabad (India)
    Former Employee - Senior ASIC Engineer - OnSite Champion in Ahmedabad (India)

    I worked at Einfochips

    Pros

    Get chance to work with Client
    Lead a team of junior engineer all are craving for knowledge and exposer with work
    Face situation where you need to use diplomatic approach
    If you can work in this situation, mostly you can work anywhere in the world.
    If you survive and get recognized, you will survive anywhere...!!

    Cons

    Bad management, poor communication between senior management and mid-level to junior employees and non-competitive salary. Also, less chance of getting promotion at some point.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Should give chance to growing leaders and who are proving themselves at client sites.
    Try to find innovative approach to retain great resources.

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  2. 2 people found this helpful  

    Stop talking. Start doing.

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    Former Employee - Embedded Engineer
    Former Employee - Embedded Engineer

    I worked at Einfochips

    Pros

    eInfochips is a great place to start your career, especially if you want to quickly grow up the professional ladder of IT. You will get lots of opportunities to get hands on experience in the latest technologies, and if you are technically inclined, you can use this experience to decide your field of calling. The managers don't turn deaf ear to your requests and allow you to change field if you are can convince them. The company invests a great deal on improving soft skills training of engineers.

    Cons

    Like a regular IT services company, you will not get an opportunity to go deep into any particular technology, until and unless there is a specific project demand. The emphasis on the larger part is on soft skills training. Compared to that, technical training opportunities are next to nil. As a result, home grown managers lack technical competency. As a result, the managers shy away from technical issues and try to cover their incompetency by lecturing about "ownership" and "attitute" at inopportune times to the junior engineers. Most of these times, the managers sound hopelessly hypocritic. For last few years, the management is losing its transparency and latest changes in the management structure are shielded from the engineers for unknown reasons. In most of the cases, HR and senior management doesn't acknowledge the hardwork and time put in by an employee who is leaving the company after long time.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    A large number of engineers are frustrated because they have to work under a manager who is technically incompetent and over uses the words like "ownership", "goal" and "attitute". Moreover, the managers discourage their engineers to go deep into the technical issues and are satisfied with things that "just work". The senior management should ensure that managers invest time in increasing their technical competency to communicate efficiently with clients and engineers, so that they don't have to beat around the bush using the sentences from soft skills training programs.

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