Winshuttle Named Top 10 Minority-Owned Business by Puget Sound Business Journal
PSBJ recognizes Winshuttle among highest grossing minority-owned companies in the Northwest.
Bothell, Washington – May 25, 2017 – Winshuttle is proud to announce it has been recognized among the top minority-owned businesses by Puget Sound Business Journal. The company was founded in 2003 by Vikram Chalana, Vishal Chalana, and Rajat Oberoi in a Seattle garage, and quickly grew from humble beginnings to expanding into Europe and creating a global footprint across the SAP ecosystem.
“We are honored to be listed among the Puget Sound Business Journal’s top minority-owned businesses,” said Vikram Chalana, Co-Founder and CTO of Winshuttle. “We founded the company on the transformative power of technology to automate everyday data management tasks. Today, our software is trusted by over 2,200 SAP customers across 66 countries to make data not only significantly easier to manage but also to derive real business value in today’s digital economy.”
“Winshuttle lives by our core PACT values, where we strive to create an inclusive culture dedicated to innovation,” said Stacy Cheuvront, VP of Human Resources at Winshuttle. “As a global company, we know new ideas stem from having diverse perspectives and creating a fun, respectful and empowering work environment.”
Winshuttle was ranked 10th out of 40 businesses on the list. This list recognizes high-performing companies in the Pacific Northwest that are at least 51% minority owned. Final rankings were based on 2015 revenue.