SI Training Providers of the Year 2015
Gartner has already predicted that India will be the third largest IT market in Asia/Pacific by 2016. The projected demand for trained IT professionals is estimated at over 4 lakhs per year. While the business grows, the need for operability, sustainability and innovation will become inevitable and the country will require more number of people with potential to connect and disseminate information. However, there is a clear imbalance between demand and supply of IT professionals. This is where the training providers in the professional job arena are stepping in to augment the skill sets of individuals who have completed their graduation, prospective job seekers with experience and individuals who are aspire to move up the corporate ladder in their company. We at the SiliconIndia...
SI Training Providers of the Year 2015
|Cronos Sap Education Center
|Karl-Josef Errens, Director and Board Member of cronos
|The market for SAP cloud and software business in India is reported to grow to over $2 Billion by the end of 2015 Q4. The world's largest business software maker is also projected to increase recruitment in the Indian market by 69 percent.
|Cognitel Training Services
|Rajeev Kabra, Director and CEO
|The worldwide ICT spending is set to reach $3.8 trillion in 2015, a 2.4 percent increase from 2014, according to Gartner. Recognizing this growth in the market is Cognitel Training Services, a consulting and training services provider in Telecom and IT.
|Gautam Munshi , Co-Founder
|Data scientists are one of the most desirable professionals in the 21st century business landscape, owing to the exponential growth of the analytics industry in the global arena.
|Jayakumar KR, CEO
|Software testing budgets are on the rise, especially in the sectors of energy & utilities (E&U) and transportation, these domains will be spending 27 percent and 31 percent of their budgets on QA and Testing.
|Rizwan Shaikh, CTO & Founder
|Ethical Hacking is one of the most coveted jobs in the security industry with Information security spending forecasted to grow a further 8.2 percent from the existing growth of 18.9 percent in 2015 to reach a whopping $76.9 billion, according to Gartner.
|Keshava Raju, Group MD & CEO
|SiliconIndia caught up with Keshava Raju, Group MD & CEO, IIHT, a first-generation entrepreneur who established IIHT at the ripe age of 21. After spearheading the company past many milestones over the past 22 years in the ability of Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, he believes that there is a long way to go.
|Asif Ali Khan, CTO
|The technology industry witnessed numerous high profile-organized security breaches in the recent year. Following the well publicized trespasses, overall interest has piqued drastically in the security and vulnerability market.
|Nexg Exuberant Solutions
|S.S. Bhowmick, CEO and Founder
|"Moore's law" states that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit will be doubled in approximately every two years.
|Shilpi Gautam, CTO
|Behavioral psychology interlaces with the corporate world to give birth to a new market of Behavioral training which is a largely unaddressed sector.
|Raviraj Poojary, Head -Business Development,
|Started as a training provider with a sole focus on the automotive sector, Wagons Learning's journey to become one of the finest market places engaged in human capital training and development was a dream run for its founders.
|Anurag Byala, CEO
|an entrepreneur without a lot of support is never quite easy as Anurag Byala found out. He quit his lucrative corporate job to start entrepreneurship and formed a new company - Techies, an industrial training provider that expanded its horizon into training and building employable engineers.
|Aatash Shah, Founder and CEO
|To explore this space, many training outfits are currently in the process of understanding the industry to decide on what kind of courses should be designed to churn out an army of specialized skilled talent to feed the Big Data industry.
|Sunil Mehta, Managing Director
|One of the greatest challenges of organizations that were setup in the 90's was educating the industry. Anything new undergoes critical analysis and trial before its acceptance in the market;Quint Academy underwent the same and emerged triumphant.
|Bharani Kumar, Co-Founder
|"It is the quality of our trainings and our post training support that make us different from other players. Here we have empanelled a good number of faculties with more than 20 years of experience, who can bring their experience to the training table."
|Vijay Pasupulati, CEO
|developing a robust digital marketing and sales engine accompanied by a strong technology-driven training framework, GreyCampus is an exemplar of achievers in online certification training providers.
|Narendra Barhate, MD & CEO
|"Currently a number of newly recruited individuals work and abide by the guidelines of their superiors and function according to the culture of the company without realizing their potential,"
|Deep Hans Arora, Simardeep Singh and Jaspreet Singh,, Co-Founder & Director
|How often does one hear of a business that began with an investment of Rs. 1500 and now generates an excess of Rs. 6 Crores? i3indya Technologies, a training institute that provides training in embedded systems and robotics, is one such marvel.
|Shauvik Nandi, CEO
|Over the past couple of years, Big Data and Analytics has been a game changer in both the business and technology world. According to NASSCOM, the investment in analytics software is likely to reach $ 51 billion by 2016.
|Aamir & Imran, Co-founder
|In their best-selling book, Six Sigma for Marketing Processes: An Overview for Marketing Executives, Leaders, and Managers, Clyde M. Creveling, Lynne Hambleton, and Burke McCarthy revealed that almost half of the top one hundred Fortune 500 companies adopt the Six Sigma system in at least some part of their business.