How did iQuantM survive through the pandemic?

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iQuantM faced the challenges imposed by the pandemic with a calm and poised demeanor. Let's get into what made us survive the rough patch.

The journey of iQuantM

“There are only the pursued, the pursuing, the busy and the tired.” —Nick Carraway in The Great Gatsby.

Not just a person, this iconic quote suits our goals well. The pandemic played a scary role in many of our lives. If layoff and recession were the most-dreaded words, many business people had to bear the grunt of an unstable economy and undisputable losses. We started our business amidst the missile hit called a pandemic. 2019 was the most memorable year of our lives.

It was when we laid the foundation for iQuantM, an SAP Partner in the UK.

Where did it all start?

iQuantM Culture

IIt was always a dream of Lokesh to set up his own SAP implementation company. Finally, his dream came true when he signed a partnership deal with THE SAP. “It was a surreal moment when we became a certified SAP partner. It took me a while to realise that I had set foot on a new journey. I was excited and thrilled, a combination of both.”

Speaking about the pandemic times, we decided to put effort meticulously and wait for things to stabilise. It gave us the much-needed momentum to sustain. We did not want to hurry but patiently waited until we materialised our goals.

Every decision matters. You cannot depend blindly on instinct. It gets more intricate when you need to make a crucial business decision but do not have the correct data to support your claim.

To combat this cause, we always discuss everything, respect different perspectives and derive a win-win solution. It also keeps corporate red flags at bay, such as office politics.

When he spoke to his brother Shrikrishna, he realised that this was what he wanted to do. With his marketing expertise, he was able to delve into the business frontier confidently. “I was excited to work along with my brother. Since we started iQuantM, each day has produced new challenges. But the learning curve I experience has made me feel ecstatic. That’s what drives me to contribute daily.”

What formed the basis of iQuantM culture?

As a team, we stuck by our motto- Right team + proper process + right tools.

“Our goal isn’t specific to the pandemic. It applies to how every company should operate ideally. When you embrace the new era, I also believe that investing in the right technology is mandatory, no matter the size of the organisation.” So says Shrikrishna, Head of Marketing at iQuantM.

The journey was not easy, but we still stuck by our values.
“The most crucial element the previous year at iQuantM for everyone -employees, customers, partners, ourselves, are responding with empathy.

It has helped shape our approach to digital transformation by addressing competing priorities and IT budget constraints that have held companies back.

Through effective communication with all the right tools and processes in place, we were able to adapt to new challenges, such as adapting to a hybrid workforce during a highly volatile market.

Apart from consultation and project delivery, ensuring customers have a resilient future and meet their business goals through SAP Service in the UK is every customer’s futuristic pain point. So taking that one extra mile during these challenging times is always rewarding!”.

As far as the team culture is concerned, the team always puts employees above anything else. Happy employees can contribute much better than worried employees.

“I can never forget how the team trusted me with huge responsibilities. Apart from entrusting those responsibilities, the team always supported me whenever I needed any support. It’s a pleasure working with iQuantM.” Says the team.

Every business has a story to tell. Ours is a story of patience, perseverance, and demanding work.

That is the root of iQuantM, an SAP Implementation Company in the UK.

“Setting up an organisation is a whole new challenge. But sailing through challenging times, especially during the baby phase of the company, would not have been possible without teamwork. Everyone’s contribution played a huge role during those tiring times,” says Swati, SAP Recruitment Specialist at iQuantM.

Hiring new talents for a startup was not easy either. But with meticulous efforts, the team was able to build their brand and reach out to people.

“More than marketing efforts, the brand’s core value would be a pillar for any organisation. I experienced it visually while interviewing candidates,” says John.

Many businesses had to halt their sales and marketing processes when the market went down. But iQuantM did not commit this mistake.

“For sure, It wasn’t easy at first. Getting used to the norm of Work From Home was quite challenging. There were some eventful days and some equally lazy ones, but here is where the bond with our colleagues plays a huge role. We would constantly stay in touch, be there for each other, and pull through together. That is particularly important.” added Monisha.

We did face a lot of setbacks, like any other business. But we learnt as much as possible from the lessons in front of us.

Teamwork is what made us face all the ordeals and emerge stronger. To put it in simple words,

“I keenly look forward to discussing work-related queries with the team. They have always got my back. My work has become my passion, all thanks to this fantastic team.

I look forward to many more years with iQuantM.” So says Prasad Arun, Digital Data Manager at iQuantM.

As the organisation is also set to grow as employees grow, It should always be an “I grow, you grow, we grow” scenario.

More than business strategy, the ethics and core values led to our team sustaining through the pandemic days. We plan to branch out and improve in the upcoming years. We are always looking forward to new talent.

Feel free to check out our careers page or contact us to introduce yourself.

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