Torrance, CA (PRWEB) October 26, 2009
RJT Compuquest, Inc. a leading provider of ERP consulting services and system integration announced that it has been named on the Los Angeles Business Journal's 2009 list of the largest 50 minority-owned businesses. RJT is an Eastern Indian-American owned business and was ranked 27th on the list of respectable businesses.
The Los Angeles County based newspaper is a leading source of business news for the area and publishes several categorical lists of achievement for companies according to their annual revenues from the previous year. This is RJT Compuquest's debut to the Los Angeles Business Journal's minority-owned businesses list, but has previously made the top 100 fastest-growing private companies in 2007 and 2008. Even in a challenging economy, RJT has shown that their client-committed business practices and proven services continue to encourage steady growth.
"We are honored to be named on the Los Angeles Business Journal's list of largest minority-owned businesses for 2009," said Amar Shokeen, CEO of RJT Compuquest, "We will continue to focus on providing outstanding service to our expanding customer base and look forward to another successful year in 2010. I also extend my personal thanks and appreciation to all of our employees for their dedication and hard work."
About RJT Compuquest
RJT Compuquest provides system integration and ERP management consulting services to companies with a local, national and global presence. The services provided are in the areas of assessments, implementations, optimization projects and individual resources. RJT is capable of working across all technology platforms, operating systems and infrastructures. Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Torrance, CA, RJT Compuquest serves clients across the U.S. from offices in Costa Mesa, Chicago, and Dallas. Built on long-term, trusted client and employee relationships, RJT strives to consistently and cost-effectively plan, execute and deliver high-quality services and results.
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