Mr Pramod Sajja
Pramod's leadership and adaptability to industry and client demand, is one of the key enablers of Paramount's consistent growth. He started Paramount Software in 1998, at the young age of 26, when most professionals start thinking of a career. His understanding of the industry in the days to come, was a driving factor to start this venture singlehandedly, and in 20+ years he gave shape to an organization with 300+ employees. Pramod has a knack for executing winning strategies, and inspires his team to blend with changes and demands in execution of client's requirements. He drives the organization towards building a competitive environment, yet not compromising of quality of inputs, and with consistency. He believes in long-term trustworthy relationships and has grown the enterprise to new heights with that sole belief and principles.
Along with a keen sense of business, Pramod has a penchant for innovation driven by societal need. A staunch advocate of corporate philanthropy, Pramod believes in driving ideas that can build business as well as serve society. His leadership has driven Paramount's growth into a blockchain product company, with the development of Farm To Plate, a pioneering food track and trace solution that not only delivers results for clients, but also provides life-changing benefits for underprivileged communities. The solution also incorporates other unique capabilities, such as a carbon credit tracker and food waste prevention through automated recall tracing.
Pramod's association with philanthropic organizations such as SEWA International, Vibha, Access Life America for the past few years is an attempt to fulfill the personal goal of contributing to community development, and his vision is to continue these attempts, with the same zeal and commitment. Pramod has been the recipient of TiE Top Entrepreneurs Award, Outstanding Business Leader Award, Small Business Person of the Year from Atlanta Business Chronicle, Asia One's Global Indian, Social Impact Award, GMHA Humanitarian Award