PRLog - June 15, 2012 - SOMERSET, N.J. -- Rangam Consultants receives 2012 Evolve Award for from The Council at Business Opportunity Expo 2012
Rangam Evolve Award by Council NYNJMSDC- Business Opportunity Expo 2012
Rangam Consultant a temporary staffing service provider, was acknowledged and awarded with Evolve Award recognition at the NY&NJ MSDC Expo 2012 luncheon, who has conveyed an evolution with the changing US economy and smart technology as a member SBE.
Rangam Consultants, Inc. awarded with Evolve Award recognition by the The New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (The Council) at Business Opportunity Expo 2012 held at the New York Marriott Marquis. Rangam Consultants, Inc. (RCI) was recognized as a certified MBE patron who has conveyed an “evolution”
In year 2011, the staffing industry generated $109.8 billion in sales, where $98.3 billion was from temporary and contingent staffing. $11.5 billion was in search and permanent placement services.
As US’s work force is changing while the US economy is clearly struggling to recover from a recession, more and more corporations are looking for the flexibility that temporary workforce provides. Companies are tapping into the flexible labor market to keep themselves fully staffed during busy times.
According to the most current U.S. Economic Census data available, there are about 17,000 firms in the business for year or more during 2007. These companies operated approximately 35,000 offices and a playing key role in the improving economic conditions of US.
“In the challenging economic conditions, one of the many challenges faced by the small businesses is the competition with the large businesses where small businesses are providing same or some time better personalized services in the field of temporary staffing. Rangam has competed with large corporation from the staffing industry and ranked from top three to top ten suppliers on all Rangam’s client list. This clearly indicates Rangam’s commitment to its clients for the best quality at best price.”- says Hetal Parikh, Founder and President of Rangam Consultants, Inc.
The New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (The Council), organization, identifies minority suppliers; certifies bona fide minority business enterprises;
“In the past ten years, the Council has played a key role in the growth of Rangam by facilitating the procurement opportunity between it and prospective clients . Rangam thanks Council for all their support and couching provided to us to meet our growth expatiations.”
Rangam Consultants, Inc. and its sister company WebTeam Corporation also demonstrated their uniqueness by presenting the patent pending touch screen technology to deliver intervention to the individuals with Autism at the Business Opportunity Expo 2012 at the trade fair held at the New York’s most prestigious business hotel New York Marriott Marquis. The presented technology and Shanesh COLORS Program for Autistic children were well appreciated by the expo attendees and technology experts. WebTeam Corporation and Rangam Consultants, Inc has join hands to make a difference in the Autism community by spending almost five years in research and development of this unique method to deliver intervention. This method is based on the evidence based intervention method of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The company has also launched over fourth apps to teach children with Autism for iPads and Android tablets.
For additional information, please contact:
K. J. Sharma, Rangam Consultants Inc.,
Phone: 908 704 8843 Ext. 103, E-mail:
Story of Rangam Consultants, Inc.
The journey of Rangam started in 1995 by two young technocrats with innovation and quality services in mind after getting corporate experience with various fortune 500 companies, such as, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Johnson & Johnson, AT&T, Lucent, Telcordia, McKinsey, and Verizon. The goal was to serve information to technology industries with better cost-effective enterprise technological solutions and provide highly skilled resources for technology projects. In the beginning of the year Rangam was funded by consulting revenue from the founders of the development and marketing of the products developed by Rangam. Between 1997-2001, the IT industry was flourished by e-commerce boom, and Rangam developed B2B and B2C portals. With the Dot-com bubble burst in 2001-2002, Rangam would have almost lost the hope of success with the loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars of investment in developed technology. Since in the field of Information Technology when the technology changes rapidly, in 2002 Rangam’s multi-million dollar intellectual property would be worth nothing.
However, with lot of failures and some successes, Rangam has grown to be a well-respected size staffing company with a sister innovative technology company WebTeam Corporation in the last 17 years. .In 2005, Rangam started its offshore subsidiary, Rangam InfoTech Pvt. Ltd is now serving Rangam with staff of over 65 highly professionals for its back office support and management. After the successful relationship with Life Science Company, Rangam added some large Telecom, Insurance, Energy sector client and more. In last 10 years, Rangam has successfully established a track record with all its client is as a top five performing vendor in almost all quarters. The success of Rangam is due to its innovative approach to manage the staffing life cycle process utilizing mobile technology, social network and web based recruiting model.
In the bad credit market, Rangam has managed almost 100% organic growth rate in last three years. Along with this growth, Rangam has participated and funded some of the most appreciated efforts in the area of Autism intervention with its sister company WebTeam Corporation. Recently in the Autism Awareness Month of April, 2012, Rangam and WebTeam Corporation have also received commendations and proclamations from the Governor Chris Christie and the Mayor of Franklin Township, Mr. Levine for their grand work done to serve the Autism Community. On Thursday, May 17, 2012 Shanesh COLORS program was featured in the Courier News emphasizing on its uniqueness and effectiveness and contribution to our society. Our Autism intervention app downloads has exceeded 50,000 downloads in last 6 months. We have successfully launched over 40 different apps in Google Play and iTunes for Autism intervention. During the month of April we had total over 20,000 plays of our apps where individuals from all over the world have learned something from using our apps.
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