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The Smart Techie was renamed Siliconindia India Edition starting Feb 2012 to continue the nearly two decade track record of excellence of our US edition.

November - 2012 - issue > Top 20 Enterprise Software Companies

Paloras Corporation: Collaborating with Clients

SI Team
Friday, November 2, 2012
SI Team
When a technology consulting firm earns 85 percent of its revenue from its existing customers and referrals, this indicates the firm is serving its clients very well. That’s Paloras, a business consulting and technology Services Company; it’s serving its client very well.
Based in Palo Alto, California, the company was founded in 2011 by Ramki Pitchuiyer and Karpagam Narayanan and has expanded its operating centers into India. Paloras has quickly built its reputation by creating reusable assets and leveraging technologies to provide measurable value for its clients.

“Our company combines unparalleled experience and comprehensive capabilities along with strategic alliances and partnerships to help clients move forward in their goals,” says Pitchuiyer, CEO, Paloras’ .

Paloras is a provider of reusable technology solutions, strategic transformation, and assistance for core operational programs and projects, that creates measureable client value. Paloras uses a combination of industry expertise along with Oracle application and technology knowledge to provide comprehensive services in the Oracle Applications space. Supply Chain, Product Lifecycle, Change Management, Technology Managed services, Program Execution are some of the offerings from Paloras.

Today an increasing number of businesses are embracing a subscription-based business model for providing contents and software as a service. Accordingly, Paloras has created extensions that build on top of the Oracle EBusiness suite. These help its clients implement the complex metered and subscription services.

“We create assets - technology, process modeling, and change leadership - so our clients get optimal value through greater knowledge instead of increasing resources,” says K. Narayanan, COO.

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