Indiana Governor Mike Pence might be a nationally recognized name now, but STLogics always knew him as the Chairman of The Indiana Economic Development Corporation. The IEDC named STLogics, a technology holding company as one of the fastest growing companies in Indiana and they have been working with them as they expand.
The technology holding company, STLogics founded in 2004, is the umbrella of five separate companies each with their own specialty that often work in conjunction together to service clients. The companies consist of NLogix, Radcube, Skilldemand and STProfessionals. All of the entities derive from the vision of the CEO, Sandeep Allam, by positioning the companies to maintain specific core competencies rather than one entity that performs a host of services. “One company with a laundry list of services muddles the level of expertise and the impression of competency to Customers. I feel the same way as a consumer”, said Sandeep Allam.
So experts in their field head each separate subsidiary company and all are headquartered in Indianapolis, IN. Brief descriptions of their abilities are:
RadCubespecializes in custom application development, enterprise portfolio management, mobile application services and project management. RADCube provides solutions and services that enable our clients to benefit from the latest Big Data best practices and technologies available. STLogics takes Big Data’s analytical insights to the next level by allowing our clients to have better comprehension and a superior competitive edge in the marketplace.
SkillDemand specializes in staffing talented resources for contract, contract to hire or permanent placement.
NLogix is a managed services provider with a 24/7 helpdesk that can represent your company’s needs.
STProfessionalsis a cost-effective employee placement program that bridges the gap between qualified talent and open requirements for the benefit of both employer and employee.
While working with IEDC, STLogics planned to create up to 102 new jobs by 2024, adding to their current employees of 200. Senior Vice President of STLogics, Feroz Syed (pictured above), thinks that number of 102 new jobs is very a conservative number. Since January 1, 2016, STLogics has added 70 more employees to the Indiana workforce. They are confident that the proposed number of 102 new jobs will be met by the end of this year. “STLogics has been surpassing their annual growth goals every year and this year we have new products hitting the market that we think will make us a household name in Indiana.”, says Mr.Feroz
STLogics has had a significant presence at the State of Indiana since 2004. In that time they have performed projects that resulted in stream-lining State processes to save tax-paying dollars and provided highly-skilled staff resources to every department within the State. Brad Robbins (pictured last on the right), Director of NLogix, has been managing a project with the State to audit technology platforms used by more than 50 Indiana counties. “It was an honor to be recognized by the State of Indiana and IEDC for our hard work and commitment”, said Mr. Robbins.
Account Director, Cori Lahm of STLogics (pictured above) states that the commitment of STLogics is a deeply held corporate culture, “We are a woman-owned, minority-owned business representing diversity and as such a responsibility to the Indiana community and it’s members.”, says Cori Lahm of STLogics (pictured above). “That responsibility comes with helping people with the business issues they have and building long term relationships. I’ve been working with some of the same people for more than 10 years. I’m committed to the success of their business’s as if it was my very own.”, continued Ms. Lahm
One product STLogics is launching is the Daily Nickel (dailynickel.com). It’s designed to be a collaborative-consumption mobile and web application, similar to craigslist, enabling users to find, sell or buy goods and exchange services in the community. A completely different, more serious application the company is also working on, is a prototype of healthcare applications. “As a service company we are always striving to give the client what they need. We think Hoosiers could benefit from a “community-centric application” that is designed to make life easier for people on a day-to-day basis, at the same time we have the experience and knowledge to change a person’s health by creating applications to assist patient care”, said Sandeep Allam, CEO of STLogics. The applications might seem like worlds apart, but both serve the purpose to increase the quality of life for the user. “Serving our customers, our government or our community, our focus is always to be a true-service partner in whatever capacity that you need us.”, continues Allam.
The sentiment of STLogics – a passionate work ethic with the goal of helping people – is practically the state motto. The IEDC continues to predict overall corporate growth in the Hoosier state and STLogics is taking on that challenge, one customer, one project, one problem at a time.