Real estate sector sees sentiments improvement, Rodic Consultants enters new business with A-TOM

Rodic consultant launched new business A-TOM

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  • Rodic Consultants eyes Rs 100 cr revenue in Fy 2021-22 with new business unit A-TOM
  • Infrastructure players have shifted the gears and entering into new ventures
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  • Betting high on the sentiment revival in India’s infra, the sector-based consultancy provider Rodic Consultants has launched a new business unit, A-TOM, offering advisory consultancy services to the entire project life cycle of an infrastructure project. A -TOM (Advisory for Transaction, Organizational Support & Management) will cater to the entire project life cycle of infrastructure projects concept to commissioning.

    Rodic Consultants is eyeing revenue of Rs 100 crore in FY 21-22 from this new business unit.

    The service offerings of A-TOM shall comprise strategic interventions like preparing vision documents, including growth master plan, project study documents such as feasibility study, and detailed project report study. It will also offer services related to go-to-market strategy including market intelligence and feedback; transaction management including business planning and bid process management, programme support office/ project portfolio management (PPM), and strategies including contract management.

    Commenting on the development, Raj Kumar, CMD, Rodic Consultants, said, “The launch of A-TOM is a formidable step towards widening our spectrum of services and fostering innovation in our endeavour to maintain a competitive edge in the industry. This business offering will help us diversify our strategy to cater to our clients more effectively with end-to-end block offering of services and solutions cutting across sectors from concept to commissioning.”

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    Rodic Consultants with the new business unit is looking forward to tie-ups with various clientele in the sector and tap newer avenues in the field of techno-management consulting.

    This is not the first where the sector players have shifted the gears and entering into new ventures. Despite the Covid pandemic setbacks, the sector realigned quickly to the new normal with digital interventions and is now back in recovery mode.

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