Pyramid Consulting Receives National Minority Supplier Award
"I am pleased to accept this award on behalf of our employees as a commitment to the business and local community at large," said Sanjeev Tirath, co-founder and CEO of Pyramid Consulting, after his company was named the 2004 National Supplier of the Year by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). "Our mission is to be a trusted and stable IT staffing and services partner to companies that need cost effective solutions to IT staff augmentation and project outsourcing. At Pyramid, we apply software project solutions using a global delivery model that provides efficiency and scalability when and where it is needed."
Headquartered in Atlanta, Pyramid Consulting, which has a total of 300 employees, provides a variety of services to Global 1000, the government and mid-sized corporations. It assists IT companies in achieving operational efficiency by providing a full range of consulting and staffing services for the banking, finance, healthcare logistics, retail and telecommunications industries. In addition to winning the NMSDC Award, Pyramid Consulting was ranked 75th among the nation's top 100 minority-owned businesses in Minority Business News magazine. Since 1996, the company has experienced eight years of consistent growth in customer base, revenue, job creation and employment. Clients include both Fortune 500 as well as mid-sized growth companies.
Earlier this year, Sanjeev Tirath was named to the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Board of Directors. TAG, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of the state's technology industry and provides leadership in driving initiatives in the areas of policy, capital and education. It also brings the technology community together through events, initiative programs and networking opportunities. "TAG is an organization of innovators moving our state's technology into the next decade and we are delighted that Sanjeev Tirath is counted as one of those leaders," said Tino Mantella, president of TAG. Tirath noted, "Giving back to the community is an important initiative at Pyramid and we are thrilled to be closely associated with TAG and its extensive roster of who's who in the local Atlanta area."
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