This Week’s Women in Technology Thought Leader: Sugra Naqvi, Stellar Consulting Solutions
Sugra Naqvi had extensive sales experience in the technology industry when she met Vic Jhanjee, at a Women in Technology WIT Connect event. She and Vic found that they had quite a lot in common, including the ability to help technology companies overcome operational challenges through their shared approach of consultative selling.
It was the 2015 WIT Connect event, and Sugra and Vic quickly decided that they were on to something, and formed their own company, Stellar Consulting Solutions. Stellar Consulting is a boutique IT staff augmentation and solutions company, that assists companies by delivering high quality and experienced workforce for niche technology projects of any scale.
Sugra is a staunch advocate for the Women in Technology mission, and enjoys volunteering her time with the organization:
“WIT is a phenomenal platform for women to launch into a successful career. I am passionate about WIT Careers. I want to motivate the next generation of the female workforce and have zero hesitation towards technology.”
– Sugra Naqvi
Sugra’s years of experience in sales and entrepreneurship serve her well in her role with Stellar Consulting, as she builds new business and client relationships in the technology industry. Her deep understanding of various business operations and business cultures, enables her to immediately connect with her client’s challenges in increasing base revenue for their companies.
Sugra is responsible for assisting technology companies in realizing their strategic workforce goals. With certain clients, this also involves initiating innovative and custom designed solutions. Stellar Consulting Solutions is committed to offering a “standard of excellence” in the competitive IT market, as they become extensions of their customers’ niche workforce teams.
Sugra holds dual bachelor degrees from Georgia State University in Sociology and Business
More About Sugra:
LinkedIn: Sugra Naqvi
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Originally published on Atlanta Daybook