Vedicsoft Etching its footprint in Business Intelligence
Date: Tuesday , November 03, 2009
Founded in 1999 by Bhat Dittakavi and Venkat Yerubandi, Vedicsoft is a provider of IT services and business solutions in business intelligence (BI). Having built a ten year niche in BI domain, today Vedicsoft is a leading choice for large clients with diversified data analytics needs.
While its business intelligence solutions address complex issues by providing knowledge users with easy access to the right information through business analytics, at any time, from any place within the organization, its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company into a single computer system that can serve all their needs.
Listen to what its clients have to say, and it becomes clear why its services are the preferred choice among clients. One of the most-admired fortune Pharma clients said of its experience with Vedicsoft, "Their experience in Business Intelligence has enabled our projects team to successfully deliver the results in time. Vedicsoft is very good at delivering their direct employees for our sourcing opportunities in a very short notice."
Headquartered in New Jersey, the company’s biggest differentiating point, according to Dittakavi and Yerubandi, is its employees. “We have over 300 clients in the form of our talent workers. They are our clients, our products and our brand ambassadors.” Vedicsoft provides industry-specific custom BI solutions to its customers in life sciences, healthcare, Insurance, Telecom, Government, Retail, Energy & Utilities and Travel industries. Some of their customers include Abbot Laboratories, J.Crew, Pepsi, Corning and Wyndham just to name a few.
Over the years, the company has experienced substantial growth and improvement in the areas of product and service offerings, employee recruitment, retention, and client satisfaction scores. Today, despite all the success that has come its way; it continues to strive to identify ways to improve its services.