Southfield’s Altimetrik Corp. Opens Offices in Detroit, Other Locations

Altimetrik Corp., a company in Southfield that helps clients with business and technology transformation, has announced the opening of five new offices — Detroit, Tokyo, Vancouver, St. Louis, and Bangalore. It also is expanding some of its existing offices.
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Altimetrik, which helps companies with their business and technology, is opening five new offices, including one in Detroit. // Stock photo

Altimetrik Corp., a company in Southfield that helps clients with business and technology transformation, has announced the opening of five new offices — Detroit, Tokyo, Vancouver, St. Louis, and Bangalore. It also is expanding some of its existing offices.

In 2019, Altimetrik reported its revenue grew 25 percent year-over-year, and today it has 2,500 employees, up from 1,800 workers.

“By creating value through data solutions built in an iterative process, we can help companies gain significant business value and optimize its resources through new and more rapid insights,” says Raj Vattikuti, CEO and founder of Altimetrik.

“We’re seeing success through our incremental and iterative approach as opposed to a boil-the-ocean approach that we’ve seen other companies take. The latter tends to fall short of expectations, costing organizations in terms of time, resources, and utilizing advances in technology that could help them more effectively compete in their market.”

The new Detroit space is the company’s first Collider office designed to nurture a hyper-local technology community that connects local executives, talent, prospective employees, and entrepreneurs. Collider serves as an innovation center for startups and a platform for investing in the technology skills of local talent. Altimetrik plans to open additional Collider offices in select markets.

The new office in Tokyo marks the company’s first official presence in Japan and was established to support work with its clients in the country.

“Our new St. Louis and Vancouver offices were also specifically opened to establish a local physical presence to key global clients, fostering a closer working relationship with them,” says Raj Sundaresan, COO. “Our client relationships are instrumental in our approach, so we won’t hesitate to co-locate our teams to improve collaboration and client outcomes.”

Altimetrik grew three of its existing offices in India. The company now has 18 locations worldwide, as well as many other employees who work on-site with clients or from an Altimetrik office. The company is exploring opening its first Eastern European office.

Founded in 2012, Altimetrik partners with Fortune 500 companies to help them become more agile, empowered, and successful.

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