Infra sector sees sentiments enchancment, Rodic Consultants enters new enterprise with A-TOM

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Key highlights

  • Rodic Consultants sees sales of Rs 100 cr in FY 2021-22 with the new A-TOM business unit
  • Infrastructure players have changed gear and entered into new ventures
  • The Ficci & CBRE report suggests an increase as office stock in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities becomes more flexible

The industry-based consulting firm Rodic Consultants is relying on a new business unit, A-TOM, which offers consulting services for the entire project life cycle of an infrastructure project, to stimulate the mood in the Indian infrastructure. A -TOM (Advisory for Transaction, Organizational Support & Management) covers the entire project life cycle of infrastructure projects from concept to commissioning.

Rodic Consultants is targeting sales of Rs 100 crore for fiscal year 21-22 from this new business unit.

A-TOM’s range of services includes strategic interventions such as the creation of vision documents including growth master plan, project study documents such as feasibility study and detailed project report study. It will also provide go-to-market strategy related services including market intelligence and feedback; Transaction management including business planning and proposal process management, program support bureau / project portfolio management (PPM) and strategies including contract management.

Commenting on the development, Raj Kumar, CMD, Rodic Consultants: “The introduction of A-TOM is a huge step in expanding our range of services and driving innovation in our quest to maintain a competitive advantage in the industry. This business proposition will help us diversify our strategy in order to serve our customers more effectively with an end-to-end block of services and solutions that span all sectors from concept to implementation. “

With the new division, Rodic Consultants is looking forward to working with various customers in the industry and to breaking new ground in the field of techno management consulting.

This is not the first time that industry players have changed gears and new projects have entered into. Despite the setbacks of the Covid pandemic, the sector has quickly returned to normal with digital interventions and is now back in recovery mode.