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Pyramid Going Great
si Team
Monday, November 3, 2008
“Comparatively growth rate may be lesser than previous year. But we are growing amid tough times around,” says Sanjeev Tirath, CEO and co-founder of Pyramid Consulting. Founded in 1996, Pyramid Consulting is dedicated to increasing the profitability and business success of our clients. The company’s target segment included mid-sized companies and Fortune 500 organizations in automating and integrating mission-critical areas of their businesses.

1000 people strong Pyramid’s key areas of expertise include IT staffing, software project implementation, and business process management, as well as document and workflow management solutions. Today, Pyramid has expanded its field of experts to include IT enterprise solution teams to efficiently manage IT costs and/or mitigate the risks inherent in evolving technologies. Core areas of Pyramid’s expertise within our IT Enterprise Solutions Division include application development, application support and maintenance, re-engineering, IT outsourcing and co-sourcing, systems integration, and migration, as well as testing and quality assurance, with focus verticals like Financial Services, Healthcare, Insurance, Logistics, Retail, Telecommunications.

Headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia, company wants to become a $100million company by 2011.Today, Pyramid is uniquely poised to handle the exploding volume of outsource and staff augmentation projects being pursued by businesses focused on internal efficiencies and global cost-management strategies. “Our state-of-the-art Software Development Center in New Delhi, India delivers high quality software and business services to customers worldwide,” says Tirath. Pyramid has achieved Level 4 of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) process improvement approach, confirming the company’s ability to deliver process-driven business solutions for our worldwide customer base.

This privately held company is growing at the rate of around 50 percent year-on-year. “We are acquiring newer clients aggressively to mitigate the impact of slowdown. And we are successful in that,” says Sanjeev. Alongside, Geographic expansion in New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia, the U.K and three new offices in India were cited as demonstrations of Pyramid’s recent success, adds he.
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