3i Infotech, North America CEO Kathy Hamburger to Speak at WorldBlu Awards Ceremony for Most Democratic Workplaces

Edison, NJ, July 23, 2010 --(PR.com)-- 3i Infotech, a global information technology and transaction services company, will be honored tomorrow along with the other members of WorldBlu’s 2010 List of Most Democratic Workplaces. Kathy Hamburger, CEO of 3i Infotech, North America, will accept the award and address the audience at the awards ceremony at the Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, NV.

WorldBlu specializes in organizational democracy and freedom-centered leadership. 3i Infotech qualified for the Most Democratic Workplaces recognition after its employees completed a survey evaluating the organization’s practice of 10 democratic principles, such as transparency, dialogue, listening, integrity and accountability.

“Democracy is a critical ingredient in every successful company,” Ms. Hamburger explained. “At 3i Infotech, we’re proud to bring together a global workforce with a shared vision for excellence, and we’re pleased to receive this recognition from WorldBlu. This award reflects very positively upon our workforce, which is the driving force behind the technology and services that help our customers operate more effectively and efficiently.”

3i Infotech, headquartered in Mumbai, India, and Edison, N.J., has over 5,700 technology professionals globally and more than 500 large enterprise customers in 50 countries across five continents. The company has grown from generating annual revenues of $10 million in 1999-2000 to $500 million in 2008-2009.

“3i Infotech’s workplace values promote autonomy and the same is reflected in the growth and development of the company, which has expanded over 45% since its inception in 1999,” said Traci Fenton, founder and CEO of WorldBlu. “Democratic companies like 3i Infotech model how giving power to their people, especially during challenging economic times, can increase innovation, and also boost the bottom line.”

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Josh Wendroff