Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) June 15, 2015
Ameritas Technologies, a pioneering firm in the domestic IT service industry, is pleased to announce that Paul Freudenberg, a highly successful, long time IT services veteran is joining the Advisory Board of the Baton Rouge based consulting firm. In addition, Mr. Freudenberg will play a key role in developing strategic alliances and business development as the firm scales up its operations and expands its service offerings.
“We are delighted to have Paul Freudenberg join the Ameritas Technologies team”, said Brian Keane, CEO of Ameritas Technologies. "He has a tremendous track record of success in the industry."
“I have had the privilege of working closely with Paul for close to 20 years and cannot be more excited about his involvement with Ameritas Technologies as we move into the next phase of our growth and expansion”, said Brent Kelton, President of Ameritas Technologies.
Paul Freudenberg started his career in providing strategic information technology solutions as one of the first ten employees of Mastech. He very quickly became and remained one of Mastech’s top sales producers. Mastech became iGate which was recently acquired by Capgemini for $4 Billion. Paul was the co-founder and president of Rapidigm, Inc. which became the 3rd largest, privately held IT services firm in North America with over 3,500 employees. All of Rapidigm’s growth was organic in nature, until it was acquired by Fujitsu in 2006. Most recently Paul was the co-founder and president of Sparta Consulting. Sparta grew to over 1,000 SAP consultants and $125 million in revenue in 5 years and was acquired by KPIT.
When people ask Paul what he has learned in the past 25 years building IT start-ups which have successfully scaled, he simply tells them, "to be a good leader, you must first become a professional enablement manager. If you want to innovate, then give the freedom to innovators to fly! The best ideas come from the people you work with."
About Ameritas Technologies
Ameritas Technologies delivers high-performance, domestic consulting services for mission-critical IT projects. Via an onshore development and delivery approach, clients benefit from improved quality, productivity, greater convenience and higher responsiveness to their dynamic business needs. The Ameritas model creates long-term career paths and economic opportunities for its employees that is strengthening surrounding regions, expanding the pool of local technical resources, and rebuilding U.S. IT capabilities. For more information, visit http://www.ameritastech.com.