Farmington Hills, Mich. ( MICHIGANPR )
June 14, 2012
It may have started out as “just an IT company” but Kyyba Inc. has diversified in a way that likely helped the company at just the right time, says Tel Ganesan, president and CEO. “With the economy crashing, we knew we needed to diversify and not have all our eggs in one basket.”
That new basket came in the shape of engineering services, the growth of which has allowed Kyyba to “take off” with significant growth the welcome result.
Being based in Michigan, Ganesan says, has given Kyyba access to the kind of people he knows the company will continue to need to sustain that growth. “Not only do we have great universities and a business friendly atmosphere, but we recently find the auto industry making a comeback. We believe that the economy is starting to grow and will reach new levels in the years to come; we want to be part of that comeback and part of that growth.”
Ganesan has no illusions as to what that growth will include. “The biggest challenge will be the fight for good talent. We will have to differentiate ourselves more as the number of openings grows and the talent shrinks.”