‘Kwench’ing the Book Thirst

The other day I listed the free coffee at the office as being one of the coolest things. However, I have found a cooler one still! It’s Kwench!

Kwench is a next-generation cloud based employee engagement platform that enables companies to engage their workforce through various offerings that cater to their professional and personal needs. (Source: Kwench)

In simple words, it is kind of an online library where you can order books and get them delivered to your desk at office. Besides physical books they also have ebooks and many other cool features like games (Sudoku, crosswords, Rubik’s cube etc.), quizzes and even office yoga videos! But the bestย thing for me is the sound relaxation feature – there are so many audio files with sounds ranging from beaches, birds, musical instruments etc. In fact, as I write this, I am listening to an Om chant. It has such a calming effect!

I ordered The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy today through Kwench. It is yet to be delivered, but I am glad that I’m able to access such vast collection of books due to my employment.

Back to the desk now!


About Arpita

Arpita is currently working as an analyst in Mu Sigma, Bangalore. While she loves her job, but her heart is tied deeply to creative outlets. Reading, writing, travelling, and more recently, making videos excite her and shape her day to day life. She's also very approachable and is willing to pick a conversation if she happens to meet you.
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14 Responses to ‘Kwench’ing the Book Thirst

  1. sarthak0501 says:

    Interesting ! nice book ๐Ÿ™‚ Happy reading

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  2. That sounds like an awesome tool for book lovers ๐Ÿ™‚ I wish we had something like that when I was working!

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  3. Interesting post Arpita! And yea…God of Small Things is an amazing choice! I have read the book and you will not be disappointed!

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  4. Anand says:

    More than once I’ve been asked to read this particular book – more than once I’ve politely declined. When you’ve read it, let me know what it is all about so that I can indulge in some fatte-bazi.

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  5. Pingback: The God of Small Things – Initial Thoughts | Scribbles@Arpita

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