We did it. 200+ Clients. Thank you.

We did it. 200+ Clients. Thank you.

Posted in the Human Resources Forum

Tiger Consulting Asia

Glendale, AZ

#1 May 28, 2014
May 21, 2014
Clients, partners and friends, Tiger-Consulting now serve 200+ clients. Over the last seven years, we have become a trusted partner to big brands around the world. I attribute our success to “being on the ground” in each country, growing the consultancy only as cash allowed, and never accepting “a penny” of outside capital.
The formula for success is simple. We put the client first. We protect and serve them well. We never make our customers sweat the small stuff. We do the work in- house wherever possible, and collaborate with the right partners, and price our services competitively.
For over 20 years, we have been providing software development and consultancy services to big name HR and Payroll providers. Seven years ago, we began directly supporting enterprises under our own umbrella. In just seven years, Tiger-Consulting has grown from directly serving one client in Singapore to 200+ clients with offices and teams on the ground in 14 Asian countries.
To remain agile, maintain control, and grow strategically, here is my advice: Don’t accept funding from an outside source. We’ve never raised capital, opting instead to grow organically on cash only to protect our hands-on approach, and careful, as- needed expansion across Asia-Pacific.
Our goal has always been to make it as easy as possible for Western and European businesses to join-and succeed-in the thriving Asia markets. We help them hit the ground running.
I want to thank my team. They work hard and well together. Without them, there’d be no Tiger-Consulting. I’m humbled by their efforts, and what we’ve achieved together.
Sincerely,
Neil Satterwhite
Founder & CEO, Tiger-Consulting

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