Mobile devices, complex digital interactions, and the Internet of Things, are generating unprecedented amounts of data at a very faster pace. This velocity of data adds fuel to the complexity of that creates it in the first place. As a result, decision supply chains now trump physical supply chains. And data has become the new oil of decision supply chain. To tackle the current dynamic situation, we recruit individuals who are graduated from elite colleges across the globe with a strong experience in any of the following disciplines and competencies.

Behavioral Economists

"Whatever else it produces, an organization is a factory that produces judgments and decisions…"
– Daniel Kahneman (A Nobel laureate, in his book "Thinking fast and slow")

Ability to have a broad knowledge and deep understanding of the theories and principles of psychology that underlie the application of psychology to the decision science

Ability to have a range of competencies required in applying psychology to customer behaviour and decision making

Ability to have a critical and integrative understanding of the relationship between theory and practice in applied psychology

Skills of synthesising and maintaining coherent academic arguments on the basis of evidence

Skills of analysis, evaluation, synthesis and creativity in interpreting theoretical and research evidence.

Skills of systematic enquiry utilising a range of research methodologies.

Ability to develop a portfolio of skills of application based on the customer behaviour and decision making

Applied Mathematicians

  • Have a mental habit of logical thinking, and familiarity with the tactics of problem solving.
  • Ability to estimate the solution to a problem, apply appropriate techniques to arrive at a solution, test the correctness of the solution, and interpret their results.
  • Demonstrate a good understanding of rigorous mathematical argument that justifies decisions or analysis.
  • Ability to write well-organized and logical mathematical arguments and to ask questions and seek answers when performing quantitative analysis. Attitude for intellectual curiosity and life-long learning.
  • Ability to compute with, identify, formulate, abstract, and solve mathematical problems that using a tools from a variety of mathematical areas, including optimization, discrete mathematics, probability, and understanding how they relate to problems from other areas of science, engineering and management.
  • Solid understanding of the many ways applied mathematics can be used to extract data information and for making decisions.
  • Familiarity with technology, software, and algorithmic processes necessary in modelling or applications. Confidence with computers and technology necessary to do decision analysis. Ability to use computers in research, information acquisition and processing and use available software as a tool.
  • Ability to understand and design mathematical and statistical models for, and analyse data from, a wide variety of sources. An ability to use visualization and statistics tools to expose ideas and solutions.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and to function well on multi-disciplinary teams.

Business Consultants

Orientation and awareness

Analytical skills, Conceptual thinking, Listening, Sensitivity

Strategy and images of the future

Analytical skills, Generating vision, Awareness of organizational context

Structure, Business process HRM

Planning, Organizing ability, Result orientation

Governance and control

Boldness, Planning, Result orientation, Attention to details, Problem solving

Training and development

Coaching, Inspiring

Processes between people

Awareness of organizational context, Listening, Sensitivity

Continuous learning and changing

Coaching, Sensitivity, Inspiring

Technology Experts

  • Ability to benchmark systems, analyse system bottlenecks and propose solutions to eliminate them;
  • Ability to clearly articulate pros and cons of various technologies and platforms;
  • Ability to document use cases, solutions and recommendations;
  • Ability to have excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Ability to explain the work in plain language;
  • Ability to help program and project managers in the design, planning and governance of implementing projects of any kind;
  • Ability to perform detailed analysis of business problems and technical environments and use this in designing the solution;
  • Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment;
  • Ability to be a self-starter;
  • Ability to work in teams, as a big data environment is developed in a team of employees with different disciplines;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced agile development environment.

Global Leaders


Ability to have a clear vision as well as the ability to communicate it effectively to all employees and the clients


Ability to establish control accounts, where cost, schedule, and scope management take place


Ability to effectively move information between resources in the project. Negotiating effectively, managing conflict wisely, and mediating constructively


Ability to treat people fairly and exhibit responsible, ethical behaviour towards subordinates and make employees feel secure, protected, and confident in knowing that there is no room for injustice or discrimination


Ability to identify all people or organizations impacted by the program and its projects, and document relevant information regarding their interests & involvement.


Ability to understand the political environment and to form positive relationships so that the full benefits of the program can be realized.


Ability to have a strong knowledge base and understanding of the organization and its business practices as well as familiarity with technologies used in the projects within the program. Ability to have not only the “hard skill” of technical expertise, but also detailed cross-functional knowledge


Ability to have a sound understanding of financing their programs with alacrity, economy, and efficiency. Familiar with the financial aspects of the program to control the budget at all times.


Ability to identify risks, measure their potential for harm, and create plans to deal with the threats. Ability to carefully collect and consider as many factors as possible that can affect success and recommend a strategy to mitigate risk


Ability to have more focus on the horizontal domain and less on the technical capabilities. Ability to have increased competencies related to strategic efforts over tactical skills which can be delegated.