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Why Allianture

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Cutting-Edge Technology
Our success allows us to be on the leading edge of technology, delivering expert solutions of the highest quality. As a professional consultant you will gain experience in multiple industries and leverage the latest technologies from the world's leading vendors like IBM, Microsoft and Oracle.

Valuable Partnerships
Allianture is a preferred and award-winning partner of the largest technology vendors in the world – companies like Salesforce, IBM, Citrix and Amazon. These partnerships allow us to provide our clients solutions built with the most state-of-the-art technologies available anywhere.

Diverse Opportunities
As a Allianture colleague, you will be working with marquee clients, including some of the largest organizations in the world. Allianture’s organizational structure allows colleagues to work in a national business unit (NBU), which is generally focused on vendor-specific specialty skills, or in a local business unit (LBU), which is a geographically focused unit with broader-based consulting and relationship building/management duties. We also have industry-vertical groups and technology-specific competency centers such as commerce and financial services, and company-wide practice areas such as could, social and business intelligence.

Performance-Based
Our success as an organization breeds opportunities for our colleagues. Further, Allianture is a meritocracy, where colleagues are rewarded for their performance. Our rapid growth enables our employees to advance laterally as well as vertically.

Entrepreneurial Spirit
We are an entrepreneurial firm that hires self-motivated people who have a drive and desire for success. Our colleagues are the best and the brightest— highly talented, technical people, averaging 12 years of IT experience. We hire the best because our clients have come to expect it from Allianture.

Open-Door Policy
Allianture management stresses an “open door” policy when it comes to communication. This is evidenced through, among other things, a monthly “Townhall Tuesday” companywide call led by the CEO, regular executive and corporate communications to colleagues, and the collection of open and anonymous feedback via the annual “Management Scorecard” survey.