Over the last 17 months, we have been consciously undergoing a metamorphosis. We decided to embark upon a journey of transformation from the Mastech that was (what we called, “Mastech 1.0”) to Mastech 2.0 – a digital transformation services company. Enroute, we made a brief pit stop at Mastech 1.5, where we recast our service offerings and rebranded our company as Mastech Digital.
With the recent acquisition of InfoTrellis, we have arrived at Mastech 2.0. Mastech Digital now offers Data Management and Analytics based services around Master Data Management, Enterprise Data Integration, and Big Data. Our strengths in providing digital and mainstream technology staffing services continue to be the robust foundation for the next chapter of our growth story. The enlarged digital footprint of Mastech Digital places us well against our competition. My congratulations and thanks to all those who contributed to the acquisition process, from both sides.
Many people have since been asking me: now that we have achieved Mastech 2.0, where do we go next? My response to them is that Mastech 2.0 is not about reaching or surpassing a milestone. It is about attaining a level we needed to get to, and thereafter sustaining ourselves there. Just getting to Mastech 2.0 isn’t an achievement in itself. Making it work for us – which means our investors, customers, and all our associates – will be the true measure of success as Mastech 2.0.
So Mastech 2.0 is not a checkbox. It is a journey we all need to be a part of. We need to ensure we capitalize on the synergies between the two brands, Mastech Digital and Mastech InfoTrellis, and realize the infinite possibilities coming from them. In times to come, we will see numerous inclusive initiatives to take the organization to the next level of growth and excellence.
Mastech has successfully travelled 30+ years to get here. From this point forth, we need a different set of wings to reach the lofty goals we have set for ourselves. Yes, there will be change; and the change will be for the better for each one of us, and for the organization as a whole. As Marshal Goldsmith said, “What got you here, won’t get you there!”. Let’s build the future we all want to be a part of.
President and CEO