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Hi my name is Samarth, I am a QA team lead for Automation Engine in Bangalore. I Joined Esko in 2009, from then on there has never been a dull moment in my career. I wish to share a few key points I have learned and experienced on hand here in Esko.
Life is all about choices we made and how we handle them
Being just out of college and confused on what could be a good choice for a career; Esko seemed to be the right choice as passion for packaging was something that had engulfed me in college. I was very realistic in what I wanted: a job that was not monotonous, a job with an unbounded learning path and the people with whom I work with was all that mattered. So when Esko offered me an intern position in 2009 it was only logical that I had to accept the offer.
Leadership is more than just what is taught in MBA’s
Being a Senior Design Engineer in the ArtiosCAD team, I have learned more than just the products and processes here. Being under the right leadership makes all the difference in a competitive world, I was given enough of freedom to think out of the box and exchange ideas with members of other teams and positions. What I have admired the most about leaders here is the openness and ever-ready attitude to mentor someone. These are the skills that I too have inculcated in my daily life and all these skills, I feel, are a result of dedicated team work and collaboration and not just Degrees after a name!
Talent, Tools and Dedication can save a sinking Titanic!
People are the most valuable resource at Esko; so much of effort is invested in teaching and developing new and existing talent. This is definitely not very common in other companies, we also have a strong DBS backing in all our activities, this is the reason I feel we will remain successful in all market conditions and situations.
Everyone has the same 24 Hours in a day
I always thought I just had enough time in a day to finish my work, drive back home, spend time with my family and sleep. I had forgotten what it felt like having a hobby or an additional activity that could help me think better and feel refreshed. I have to credit this to my close friend Wim Deliveyne who made me realize that everyone on this planet has the same time clock, it’s just that some manage time so well that they can still do what they like in their personal life. I have restarted watching movies, going on cycle rides and hitting the Gym!