Capital Numbers Selected as “Enterprise Startups to Watch in 2015” by CIO Review
Capital Numbers, the fastest growing IT startup from Kolkata, has been recognized as “Enterprise Startups to Watch in 2015” by CIO Review.
CIO Review’s Annual Enterprise Startups to Watch roll of honor not only recognizes organizations for their stellar working methodologies, but also for unique innovative practices that can stand the test of time.
During an interview with CIO Review Mr. Mukul Gupta, Managing Director, Capital Numbers, stated “Unlike hiring through Odesk or Elance, we offer clients an option to hire our full-time employees who work under the supervision of our Technical Project Managers”.
Kolkata headquartered Capital Numbers addresses website management issues and its relevant challenges. It’s current focus has been customized web design, web development, CMS, Mobile and Digital Marketing solutions to various agencies, start ups and SMEs by acting as their extended team. Capital Numbers recommend clients to choose a CMS Solution based on expected needs over the next five years with a flexibility to integrate various data.
The winner of Best SME Startup at The Telegraph INFOCOM SME Awards 2014, the big break for Capital Numbers came when they got an opportunity to help Harvard University to create a new online presence for Harvard Health Policy Review and The Harvard Science Review.
Elated with this new feather in the hat Mr. Gupta stated, “We want to become #1 Remote Staffing Solution provider for Web design and development, mobile apps development and digital marketing services in the international market. Currently Capital Numbers has 200+ employees and is earning $2 Million a year. By 2020 we aim to have 700+ employees and earn a revenue of $10 Million”.
About Capital Numbers
Capital Numbers is a Global IT Start-up, offering “In-demand Skills, On-demand”. The company focuses on solving critical IT problems of thousands of Start-ups, SMEs and Agencies though remote staffing system by strategically helping them to gain staff who can handle higher-level, knowledge-related processes.