EDISON, NJ, (June 23, 2020) – Avaap, an industry-focused, cross-platform technology management and advisory services consulting firm, today announced its recognition on the Insider Pro and Computerworld 2020 Best Places to Work in IT list. This list recognizes top organizations that provide IT staff with rewarding careers, great benefits and compensation, and high satisfaction.
“It is an honor to be recognized as a best place to work year after year and testament to the strategic focus we put on the people side of the business,” said Dhiraj Shah, Avaap founder and CEO. “When we identified our company values, in addition to a culture powered by innovation, collaboration, and transparent communication, we prioritize being genuine, along with diversity and inclusion, so everyone can feel comfortable bringing their true selves to work. The variety of perspectives, experience, and knowledge is what makes Avaap a good place to work and good partner for our customers.”
Since 2006, Avaap has provided its customers with certified, senior-level consultants with deep industry and technology experience to advance transformation goals. Strategically focused on Infor since 2011, Avaap has grown through organic and acquisitive growth, integrating an EHR services firm in 2016 and acquiring Navigator Management Partners in 2019, expanding Avaap services to include Workday, Tableau and other platforms. Advisory services, including business analysis and process design, organizational change management (OCM), and analytics, bring additional capabilities to Avaap customers and growth opportunities for its consultants.
“As technology continues to evolve more rapidly than ever, attracting and retaining top IT talent to research, deploy, and maintain that technology has never been more important or more challenging,” said Dan Muse, editor of IDG’s Insider Pro. “Companies that have earned a spot on the Insider Pro and Computerworld 2020 Best Place to Work in IT list share a common denominator: They create an environment that not only rewards workers with competitive compensation and benefits, but they also foster a spirit of diversity, social responsibility, training, and innovation.”