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Vantage Circle in Your Story
Published on June 5, 2020

[Startup Bharat] How this Guwahati-based startup is helping companies keep employees motivated during COVID-19

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Analytics Insights
Published on September 13, 2021

Exclusive interview with Anjan Pathak, co-founder and CTO at Vantage Circle.

Financial Express
Published on May 17, 2021

Vantage Circle is a AI powered rewards and recognition platform for employee engagement, with some big names such as Infosys, GE, Wipro among its clients…

Authority Magazine
Published on May 6, 2021

Trust yourself and trust the people around you. Emotional highs and lows are easier to handle when you have people around to share with.

Card Rates
Published on September 20, 2020

Maintaining satisfied and happy employees may build good karma, but it’s also a good business strategy. High turnover rates cost corporations significant sums of money in seeking, onboarding…

Your Story
Published on June 5, 2019

Today Vantage Circle is a cloud-based comprehensive employee benefit and engagement platform, providing benefit package to corporate employees through corporate offers, rewards, and engagement programs.

The Times of India
Published on July 30, 2019

Employee rewards and recognition platform Vantage Circle on Tuesday said it has bagged USD 20 million contract (around Rs 137 crore) from one of the largest US enterprise…

Be Bold People
Published on March 21, 2018

Start with an idea and work on it with long-term commitment. Things are never clear at the start and entrepreneurs need…

Forbes India
Published on May 18, 2018

With 90 percent of its workforce based out of the scenic river town of Guwahati, the seven-year-old startup has kept its operations…

HR Katha
Published on May 24, 2018

At Infosys, we believe in a high-performance work ethic, and reward employees through a range of monetary and non-monetary..

Human Capital
Published on February 12, 2018

Usually Companies spend a major chunk of their revenues on payroll, but they don’t invest enough on analysing data…