New Employer Partner: LTI Canada – “We aim to nurture a culture of learning, volunteering and networking”
Article by Rick Weiss | May 25, 2018 | Employer partner stories
Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Larsen & Toubro Infotech Financial Services Technologies Inc. (LTI Canada) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Infotech, a leading global technology consulting and digital solutions company.
LTI Canada, with its ﬂagship product – Unitrax® – a Software-as-a-Service-based transfer agency record-keeping suite, is one of the leading wealth and asset management platforms in Canada. With over two decades of rich experience, LTI Canada has a deep understanding of disruptive technologies and partners with top Canadian ﬁnancial services ﬁrms to accelerate the digital journeys of its clients.
We spoke with Sujata Shetty, Senior HR Executive at LTI Canada, about why they wanted to work with TRIEC Mentoring Partnership and include mentoring as a part of their diversity and inclusion strategy.
LTI Canada prioritizes diversity and inclusion in the IT industry
“At LTI Canada, it is important for us to promote diversity and inclusion. To support this, we have a well-established Women 4 Women Network to nurture a culture of learning, volunteering and networking that supports women to develop professionally and personally. LTI Canada was seeking further opportunities to support our diversity and inclusion strategy, and saw a great opportunity in joining TRIEC Mentoring Partnership.”
“We believe in continuous learning, and TRIEC Mentoring Partnership will give our employees an opportunity to experience new perspectives, and help them to connect and network with professionals from diverse cultural backgrounds that will enrich their experiences. TRIEC Mentoring Partnership is also a great way for our employees to build their communication and leadership skills through connecting with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures.”
“As a leading IT consulting company, LTI Canada relies on finding top talent with specialized experience, and we see immigration as an important part of Canada’s economic growth – particularly in our technology sector.”
“Attracting people to Canada who have advanced IT skill-sets and expertise creates the potential for companies to provide end to end services within the country. It also raises Canada’s capacity to be a hub for knowledge sharing between professionals with experience and training gained both in Canada and abroad.”
Employees at LTI Canada are excited to get on board
“I’ve received a lot of interest from staff since we began sharing the opportunity to mentor. I’m excited to see this take off in the organization!”
At TRIEC, we’re excited to have LTI Canada join our community of employer partners, and continue their journey to build a more diverse and inclusive workplace. Learn more about TRIEC here.