We are not a factory. Never have been. So, if our larger Indian software companies are hiring 5000 employees a month, then that's not really us. At Sublime, the CEO, CTO and other managers KNOW each and every employee that joins us, works with us, and we stay in touch with them when they leave.
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Our size is our biggest strength
What this means is that if you, the customer, want flexibility in your projects e.g., changes in spec, or additions to the team, or have tight deadlines that require team members to work 14 hours a day, we can make it...
Sublime hires the best and brightest minds in the industry today. Since we are exclusively focused on the Microsoft .NET platform and we have done over 50 projects till date, it would be fair to say that we probably have the best skills on .NET in the country.
Our hiring standards are high. Every candidate is put through multiple interviews to see whether they are a good fit, technically as well as culturally. We are pleasantly surprised to find that our competition, in order to fulfill their aggressive schedules of hiring 1000's of employees every month, end up lowering their standards. Very often, we'll find candidates that we've rejected ending up working at other companies.
Our people are motivated, driven and we'd hasten to add, the best you can find on the .NET and PHP technology space.
Our standards are high
We don't hire in the thousands. When we find that the people we interview but do not hire, end up working at our competition, we know that we are doing something right! Since boutique firms like ours require that each and every employee delivers from day one, we ensure that we hire people with a minimum of two years of experience who are off the blocks instantly.
Of course, when our competition ends up hiring 1000 employees per month each, they are bound to lower their standards. It's a numbers game after all where managers get judged on filling in the empty seats for that "75 member project team" for customer number 183.
The personal touch,...
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