The Silicon Review
“Our mission is to be a preferred technology partner for developing cross-industry business and technical solutions using Cloud, Data, IoT and AI/ML expertise across leading platform providers.”
When a major change arrives on the IT scene it’s not always clear what the implications will be, if any, and so for large organizations, a risk-managed wait-and-see attitude tends to prevail. Occasionally however some shifts offer cost savings, improvements to operations, or ways to tackle business problems that offer significant strategic advantage. The larger the benefit in one or more of these areas, then the more strategic the advance is and the greater potential it will impact the bottom line. Cloud computing is one of these.
In light of the foregoing, we’re thrilled to present VTeamLabs LLC.
VTeamLabs is a technology solutions and services company that serves enterprises and other customers around the world through direct and partner channels.
A Microsoft Azure Certified Partner and an AWS consulting partner, VTeamLabs focuses on public cloud as well as open-source platform-based solutions through evolving GTM relationships. The company’s technology expertise includes cloud and data security, data sciences and engineering, advanced analytics, AI/ML, and IoT.
The Accessibility approach enables VTeamLabs to solve complex engineering problems with an inclusive design mindset. Our technical competencies and skills extend to Infra and Apps, Kubernetes and other leading DevOps tools/Github, Learning platform (MOOC) such as Open edX, IoT, Data and AI services stack across leading platform providers such as Azure, AWS and GCP.
The company was incorporated in 2014 and is headquartered in Redmond, Washington with other primary delivery locations being Vancouver B.C., Canada and Noida/Hyderabad, India.
Madhup Verma, VTeamLabs LLC CEO, spoke exclusively to The Silicon Review. Below is an excerpt.
Q. What is your opinion over AI and Robotics? Do you think it is mandatory for companies to invest in advanced tech?
Yes, in brief, and taking an example of usage of computer vision that has applicability across industries from employee health and safety at warehouses, oil rigs and manufacturing facility to adoption and usage of machine learning tools in identifying risk prevention and injury prevention as well as ensuring safety net for driverless cars etc. Another great example that merit AI adoption is towards prevention of health risks, thereby accelerating the pace of R&D and inventions in the medical and pharmaceutical industry worldwide. Having increased usage of robotics at factories and warehouses can only help increase productivity and efficiency gains giving impetus to enhancement in product development.
Q. Why was the company set up? And how did you expand your company and its offerings over the years?
VTeamLabs was set up as a technology solutions and services company focused on developing cross-industry business and technical solutions using Cloud, Data, IoT and AI/ML expertise across leading platform providers. We have expanded across Azure and AWS stack for infra and apps expertise to Data and AI expertise and are quickly ramping up the delivery capabilities across three locations serving B2B Enterprises, Academia, and Government sectors worldwide.
Q. There is nothing more important for a successful business than a well-defined mission and vision statements. Can you explain your M&V statements in brief?
Our mission is to be a preferred technology partner for developing cross-industry business and technical solutions using Cloud, Data, IoT and AI/ML expertise across leading platform providers for the B2B enterprises, academia and Government worldwide.
Q. What is your greatest fear, and how do you manage fear?
My constant fear is that of deceleration in business growth, and I make up for it by being consciously charged and motivated at placing bets on exciting newer and innovative business opportunities and challenges. Our adaptability to changing circumstances and situations along the way helps us overcome those fears and bottlenecks.
Q. What were the biggest initial hurdles to building your business and how did you overcome them?
Our initial hurdles were the same that matter to any business whether big or small and those were around customer acquisition and development of an approach to market with product conceptualization and effective go-to-market strategy. Experience of having worked in the industry (>22 yrs) and having been at the leading edge of it with other start-ups combined with identifiable patterns to drive customer 360-degree lifecycle…made us prepare for the onward journey of our business and it continues.
Q. ‘It is difficult to start a venture, but far more difficult to maintain it.’ How would you and your team interpret this saying?
I say Focus, Focus, Focus and the persistence towards making those bold ambitions real is the key to maintaining and succeeding in the longer run and we try to imbibe the same culture and discipline in our company’s work environment.
Q. How satisfied are your clients with your service? Can you share some of your client’s success stories?
Our clients have not only spoken, recommended us to other prospects but have also continued to utilize our capabilities to help support their big, bold ambitions in solving business and technical problems of myriad nature and we have continued to evolve through those learning experiences along the way. Microsoft has helped us launch and make progress on realizing long-term TCV through an enhanced focus on 360-degree relationship; driving further adoption of cloud, data and AI based solutions and services for our target markets around the world.
Q. What do you think is the most memorable moment in your career?
Having had the opportunity to be interviewed by TIME magazine and been featured as early-stage start-up to work within Cascadia Innovation Corridor; facilitating cross-border business and trade endeavors.
Q. If not an entrepreneur, what would you like to become?
I’d have liked to be associated with Entertainment industry; music and singing to be precise and even there would have done entrepreneurial things to make my living.
Q. What other successful entrepreneurs do you look up to?
Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Reid Hoffman, Marc Benioff, Jeff Bezos, Samir Bodas etc.
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