Dublin, OH (PRWEB) December 12, 2008
ERP Analysts (http://www.erpanalysts.com) is now recognized as an 8(a) certified company by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The company now has the opportunity to increase exposure to leading fortune 500 companies and their decision makers. This new certification will broaden ERP Analysts' playing field and allow them to compete on a more level field and demonstrate their services for others that might not have been aware of their expertise in the IT world.
ERP Analysts is a technology driven company specializing in Enterprise Wide Application systems such as PeopleSoft, Oracle and SAP. They seek to provide innovative, cost effective solutions to mid-size and large companies between 750 million to 2 billion in revenue. Adding this certification to their recent awards and business certifications gets them one step closer to fulfilling their vision.
Srikanth Gaddam, a partner and president of ERP Analysts, said he is thrilled with this latest accomplishment. In addition to this, the company achieved other significant accomplishments in 2008. These included becoming an Oracle Certified partner, being recognized as No. 234 on the Inc 500's fastest growing privately held companies in the United States and making the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 company list. Mr. Gaddam stated "Obtaining our 8(a) certification is very exciting for ERP Analysts, as we are confident this will open doors to gain a larger market share in the IT industry." He followed by mentioning how the support of existing clientele, and new set aside opportunities through the federal government would help ensure the certification was utilized in a manner consistent with the goals and objectives of the Small Business Administration. "Having this in our repertoire will surely help us to broaden our services, and increase our stability in an ever changing market. With such economic uncertainty it is extremely helpful to have the support and assistance of the SBA to make others more aware of our capabilities."
With just under 10 Million in services revenue in 2007, ERP Analysts is hoping that their certification will allow them to achieve similar growth in the public sector with less difficulty. Having established proven methodologies in implementations, upgrades and on-going maintenance of ERP systems, they hope to translate their commercial sector success into a successful federal and local government practice in 2009 and beyond.
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