I am humbled, the company I started 23 years ago with a limited agenda has turned into an IT power house. The real success was not only realizing the goal to contribute in the overall IT industry offering products & services, more eminent was the human resource development, a significant outlay spread over two decades.
I am proud to see; almost all the big names from Banks, Telco’s, Energy Companies, Public Sector, State Entities, Defense, Police, Private or Public Limited Companies and many MNCs in the country, on our client list. Several valued customers from the region, stretched from Jordan to Philippines, preferred our offerings. The real contentment however, is the dividend to national economy in the shape of skilled human resource. Thousands of professionals got trained, attained certifications, delivered projects for Ora-Tech Systems and then moved on to different verticals of businesses. I walk taller, every time some vaguely familiar face walks up in an IT setting in New York, London or Dubai to greet me as an ex ‘Oratechian’ & recount their current achievements!
Alongside business ventures and other contributions, OTS also focused on some of low priority sectors for the government, such as; health and education. Be it the largest hospital in the country or the prestigious national university, OTS accepted challenges to develop and deliver affordable, end-to-end solutions, without any compromise on quality.
Whether IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, HP or Dell, we have support from all big ones to move-on to next higher steeps. Anticipating next generation solutions, at pace with changing future trends we need to acquire diverse and niche expertise to sustain growth. GIS solutions and mobile driven financial services may turn out to be good initiatives to mark our 25th year in business.
I realize to build repute was not easy, to maintain it, is far more difficult. Put in your best to survive and keep the flag higher.
(Late) Aspy N. Fatakia