I joined AMPL as an Assistant Manager – MIS in the year 2010. From operating in a single state to expanding our operations to ten states, I have been with the company through all of it. I started working with ownership in this organization right from the very day I began my career here.
Initially, data were managed manually in files and in offline software. As we grew we opted for web based data management, followed by Data entry in Tablets. Since we work in semi urban and rural setting, electricity and internet connectivity was a major concern for us. Even the staffs who were provided with trainings on handling data entry through tab were at first reluctant to use it in their operations. But with trainings and hand-holding they soon learn how to operate and update the data from the field.
At the time of AP crisis, besides providing loans to the women SHG members, our team’s focus was to maintain a healthy relationship with our clients. During that period I was also looking after different capacity building trainings provided to our clients. At the time when the whole industry was in the plight to recover their loan amount, AMPL was ably providing its clients with trainings that were for their benefit. This gained our clients’ trust.
The company provided me with the opportunity to lead the MIS team. It showed its trust in me and gave me this responsibility, so abandoning the company at the time it needed me wasn’t an option. I knew this that any crisis can be faced when we stick together as a team.
My seniors’ trust in me to handle a team, and all the coordination from my colleagues from different departments have made me feel like a family in this company. I have received plenty of room for my growth that was provided by my seniors.
I was always driven by the passion to work and that’s what I seek in my team. I strongly believe that there isn’t a better force than that.