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Impaqtive Celebrates First Cayman Anniversary

Business 16 Jan, 2023 Follow News

The TechCayman and Impaqtive team celebrate Impaqtive’s first Cayman milestone

Impaqtive, a TechCayman Sponsored Enterprise, recently celebrated their first “Cayman Anniversary.” Impaqtive relocated its technology operations to the Cayman Islands through TechCayman’s client services team in December 2021 and is a full-service provider of Salesforce services, partnering with enterprises at every stage of their Salesforce journey. “We are so pleased to celebrate Impaqtive’s first Cayman milestone,” said Jennifer McCarthy, Operations & Business Development Manager at TechCayman, “and it’s incredible how quickly their first year has gone and how quickly they are growing.”

Reflecting on this first year with Impaqtive’s Binod Krishna Purushothaman, Head of Talent & Organizational Culture, shared about the experience of setting up and moving a team to the Cayman Islands, living here, and working with TechCayman:

What was it like relocating to the Cayman Islands?

Having been in the IT industry for more than a decade, a typical Indian IT professional’s dream would be to move ‘onsite’ and to pursue a career in the Cayman Islands. It was really an exciting proposition for Impaqtive to setup its first nearshore facility in the Cayman Islands. Moving to one of the most popular tourist destinations, while pursuing my passion to work on Salesforce was a dream come true for us Impaqters.

What was your experience with the TechCayman Client Services team during the relocation process?

Once we made the decision to start our centre in the Cayman Islands, TechCayman partnered with us and ensured they were always there to support and guide us throughout this process and have done so ever since. Anil Somasundaran, Impaqtive’s Salesforce Architect, was the first Impaqter to relocate, and there were a lot of questions as to how he would acclimatize to the new environment, culture, what support he could get, and so on. TechCayman was always patient in providing us with all information and guidance throughout Anil’s journey – from work permit, to travel guidance, to a warm welcome upon arrival, follow-ups, and guidance on post arrival formalities, just to name a few. Without this level of support from TechCayman, our first Impaqter in Cayman would have felt lost.

What has life been like for you since relocating to Cayman?

Packing my life into a couple of suitcases and moving to one of the best tourist destinations was always going to be exciting. Beautiful beaches and a relaxing lifestyle will always provide a different feel to our work environment. Who doesn’t want to pursue passion and professional ambitions while experiencing the beauty of nature in the Cayman Islands?

What do you enjoy most about living here in Grand Cayman?

Beautiful beaches with sugar-like sand are always a treat to enjoy and relax. Caymanians are always helpful for any needs. Moving away from my home country, I have always felt safe and serene here in the Cayman Islands.

What do you think are the benefits of living in the Cayman Islands?

This is like living in paradise – we get the best of everything! I also like experiencing a different culture, enjoying the beaches and well-maintained infrastructure, and most importantly, the opportunity to save money for my family back home.

TechCayman is a prominent technology innovation enabler in the Cayman Islands and provides new and current overseas businesses an accelerated path to establishing themselves within the Cayman Islands.  Sponsored Enterprises of TechCayman have access to a special set of support services created to accelerate organizational growth, provide access to funding, and guarantee a straightforward immigration process for employees. TechCayman Sponsored Enterprises are also unrestricted as to where they establish offices in the Cayman Islands, and as such can focus on the needs of their business, rather than being restricted to mandated locations.

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