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- Rodic Consultants envisages a turnover of Rs 100 cr during the financial year 2021-22 with the new business unit A-TOM
- Infrastructure players have shifted gears and launched into new ventures
- The Ficci & CBRE report suggests an increase in the stock of flexible offices in level 2 and level 3 cities
Betting high on the rebirth of sentiment in the sub-Indian region, sector consultancy provider Rodic Consultants has launched a new business unit, A-TOM, offering consultancy services for the entire lifecycle of a project. infrastructure. A -TOM (Advisory for Transaction, Organizational Support & Management) will cover the entire project life cycle, from the concept of infrastructure projects to commissioning.
Rodic Consultants expects revenue of Rs 100 crore in fiscal year 21-22 from this new business unit.
A-TOM’s service offerings will include strategic interventions such as the preparation of vision documents including the growth master plan, project study documents such as the feasibility study and the detailed study of the project report. It will also offer services related to go-to-market strategy, including market information and commentary; transaction management, including business planning and management of the tendering process, program support office / project portfolio management (PPM) and strategies, including contract management .
Commenting on the development, Raj Kumar, CMD, Rodic Consultants, said: “The launch of A-TOM is a tremendous step towards expanding our range of services and promoting innovation in our effort to maintain an advantage. competitive in the industry. This commercial offering will help us to diversify our strategy to respond more effectively to our customers with a global offer of end-to-end services and solutions covering all sectors, from design to commissioning.
Rodic Consultants with the new business unit is delighted to forge links with various clienteles in the sector and to exploit new avenues in the field of techno-management consulting.
This is not the first time that industry players have stepped up a gear and embarked on new adventures. Despite the setbacks of the Covid pandemic, the industry quickly realigned to the new normal with digital interventions and is now back in recovery mode.