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Vadodara-based Firm Of Technocrats Rejoices On 7th Anniversary
Rooted in traditional Indian culture, is Rangam Infotech Pvt. Ltd. the emerging face of global corporate ethics and achievements?
By: Rangam Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
Friday, August 3, 2012 was a different day for RIPL as it completed 7 glorious years of operation, providing temporary staff augmentation, animation and app development services to parent company Rangam Consultants Inc. and its global clientèle. One of the major areas the spin-off company has successfully covered over the last 7 years is the development and execution of mobile technology for autism intervention.
RIPL's journey was set in motion in 2005 when just five people, inside a small one-room apartment in Vadodara, started software development and staff augmentation services on a minuscule level. It was not before early 2006 when two other important divisions – graphic designing and web development – were incorporated in the portfolio of Rangam Infotech.
Mr K Ramaswamy, the CAO, ordered sweets and snacks to mark the day in a befitting style. As the employees had much to cheer about for their consistent performance, Mr. Ramaswamy warned against complacency creeping in, saying, “We never looked back since the beginning; neither should we in the future. The only way for Rangam is the way forward and we'll have to scale greater heights, for sky's the limit!”
“Rangam Infotech Pvt. Ltd. has always played an instrumental role in charting tales of success for its parent firm, especially during the trying times of economic downturn in the US. Rangam's resources have now put RCI in a prestigious league of top 3-5 performing vendors with various Fortune 500 clients in the US”, said Mr Nish Parikh, Vice President of Rangam Consultants Inc. and the younger of the two sons of Mr Niranjan Parikh.
The VP was particularly enthusiastic about the creative impulse shown by the staff at RIPL. He believes it has helped him develop a unique patent pending technology for children with special needs. Known as Shanesh COLORS Program, the technology can lay down an effective route for many parents and special educators to combat autism in early stages of diagnosis, Mr Parikh noted.
“To make my vision of reaching out to the autism community in India a reality, I need continuous support from RIPL's highly resourceful brainpower”, Mr Parikh said in a telephonic interview from his Somerset, New Jersey office. Notably, WebTeam Corporation, the developer of Shanesh COLORS Program, is inching closer to make their autism intervention technology available on websites. Currently, the program is available on Android devices, iPhones and iPads for individuals and also at kiosks for schools.
For more details contact:
Rangam Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
201,Tanishq Commercial Hub,
Old Padra Road,