QAT Global Shares Firm Growth Details with the MBL
QAT Global’s President Ken Bass and Vice President Rollie Stephens were featured in the December 28th, 2018 edition of the Midlands Business Journal to discuss QAT Global’s recent expansion into Costa Rica and their goal of doubling their Omaha-based firm’s size by 2023 with a focus on enterprise outsourcing.
Between 2013 and 2018, enterprise outsourcing has grown from being just 40% of the firm’s business to about 80% of it currently. While QAT Global has had a wholly-owned offshore development center in Brazil for over a decade, with the growing demand for enterprise outsourcing, the company felt it was time to meet their clients’ diversity needs by entering a second country. The partners discussed with MBJ reporter Michelle Leach how risk mitigation was a driver that led to QAT Global’s expansion in Costa Rica as well as the opportunity to expand and widen their pool of educated and talented IT staff.
The partners also shared details about their plans for growing QAT Global’s local client base, expansion of the Omaha staff, and their current position on reaching their 5-year goal. “Based on current contracts, Bass and Stephens anticipate more than 20 percent growth this year – in line with its goals for the next 4 years.”
See the December 28, 2018 edition of the Midlands Business Journal to read the full article.
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