smartData Premier League (SPL) is an enhancement of our belief in balancing work with fun activities. It holds an opportunity for the smarTians to express themselves in a creative and healthy way. Every year, this tournament is a popular sport among smartData which is played in different branches i.e Mohali, Nagpur and Dehradun. These leagues are created to encourage the employees to participate in a team and utilize their unique strengths towards a common goal.
The goal behind this live tournament is to explore the talent of the smarTians and bring out a determined leader who loves to play cricket and dreams of standing on a pitch. It is a great opportunity for the smart data team to come forward and follow their passion.
We develop an inclusive workplace for all employees who value their unique strengths and play with dignity and confidence. Our belief in maintaining equilibrium plays a major role for the team to achieve the goal and maintain integrity.
SPL is a great platform for the employees to interact with each other and get to know their strengths and capabilities. The differences enable us to be a better team, making better decisions, driving innovation, and delivering better business results. Our workplace is full of dedicated employees that are determined to accept the challenges and actively take part in every field to show their exclusive talent. We mainly emphasize upon smartData's work-culture mantra i.e WorkPlayLearn.
This mantra allows smarTians to focus on their fitness and well-being. Work with a free mind always keep you dedicated and gives more strength to face the obstacles. SPL is a great physical exercise that improves stamina, balance and coordination to stay energetic. It helps to reduce stress and gives more energy to face new challenges with innovative ideas.
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