Spectrum Training founder merges firms
Dubai, March 26, 2012
The founder and CEO of top IT training and certification company Spectrum Training has consolidated all his companies under one single umbrella company called Spectrum Group.
“We started our journey way back in 2004 with a vision to establish a group of companies which can deliver value to its customers, hence we maintained our focus on developing a business model which was based on technical skill-sets that were at par with global standards,” said Ajay Singh Chauhan, Group CEO, Spectrum Group.
“From just one centre for training, it is now one of most respectable names in the IT training and certification across the Middle East region and that also gave us platform to venture into new high growth areas in tandem with our vision.”
Spectrum Group now consists of Spectrum FZ, Spectrum Training, ComGuard Value added Distribution, ComGuard Value Business, ComGuard Wireless, Psilog International, ComGuard Networks India and Spectrum Networks India.
The group has consolidated and streamlined all its operations to maximise the productivity and enhance savings, a statement said.
The group is already experiencing benefits of merging its back office operations like finance, marketing, communications, administration, HR and IT under the group umbrella.
Despite the amalgamation of functions, all the individual companies continue to work seamlessly as independent organisations with separate heads leading the companies.
The group activities are presided over by a board of directors which consists of Ajay Singh Chauhan heading Spectrum Group as the group CEO.
“As a group today, we are in better position to approach newer ventures in much more structured way and the group is keen to invest in business, that are complementary to exciting businesses,” Chauhan added.
Spectrum Group has created its own identity with a new logo for the group and has also set up a new comprehensive website to disseminate information about the group. – TradeArabia News Service
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