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India's leading credit co-operative society Adarsh Credit opened its new corporate office in Zodiac Square, S.G. highway, Ahmedabad. Amidst the Pooja and Vedic chants, Rahul Modi, MD, Adarsh Credit and Ms. Damyanti Bhandari, Executive Vice President, Adarsh Credit inaugurated its new corporate office in Ahmedabad.
Announcing the opening of the new corporate office, Rahul Modi, MD, Adarsh Credit said, "The new corporate office brings together all the departments of Adarsh Credit together to enhance performance centric culture within the organization. The whole space is designed to reflect our style of business, boosting employee productivity and helping the company to continue to grow and reach newer heights."
Modi also added, "Adarsh Credit has set a target of providing financial services to more than 1 lakh villages and employment opportunities to 25000 people per year across the country by year 2020. Adarsh Credit is also proud of the fact that more than 95 percent of all financial transactions of the society are done using Adarsh Money Mobile Application. This is a big step towards achieving cashless economy."
Mr. Modi congratulated to all the staff present in this special occasion. The new corporate office will accommodate more than 350 employees who will now be able to work together and fulfill the goals and objectives of the society and take Adarsh Credit to newer heights.
Occupying the fourth floor of Zodiac Square in the business hub of S.G. highway, Ahmedabad. The new technologically boosted corporate office ensures unhindered performance and efficiency as each department can sit as a team together to collaborate and deliver enhanced productivity, bidding good bye to the age old cubicle system.
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