Posts Tagged ‘USA universities’
The world changes every minute. And it seems nowhere in history was it more apparent than now. Yesterday we see a superpower grinding to a halt and today we see an underdog rising rapidly. American recession is followed by global meltdown and its recovery. US universities are coming to India to recover from losses with predictions getting momentum that India would be the most educated by 2030.
The IT world for that matter has had its fair share of contradictions since beginning. The latest addition to the tradition is by a 22-year old Indian cyber crime expert who claims he has solutions to all kinds of cyber problems.
The picture is good for big and small IT companies is general and ALW in particular. As many companies excitedly expand capacities, ALW, that successfully survived in the Dark Ages, is striving to get its processes right. It is ready to take on the challenges and use every opportunity available. We have re-defined our infrastructure , policies and shaped up more talents in the course of time. A few facts would make it clear. We already have a spare capacity in our infrastructure of 40 seats that can be utilized any time. The Training batch is in place and would be ready within two months time. We have automatized our training, infrastructure etc and scaled up operations.
As for technology, ALW has got its fingers into Majento, Alfresco so that our learning curve would be less now. We have developed products that are now ready to be marketed. The much-awaited fitness portal is ready while its marketing is on cards now. In addition, our software development projects now have a lot of value added services like SEO and SMM. No surprises thus that our team is high on morale particularly in view of the fact that the recession time never could take a toll on the members. Genius is one per cent inspiration and 99 per cent perspiration. Our team truly lives up to it. They are a bunch of self-motivated individuals who take every project work as a pleasant challenge that would open more scope of learning and growing.