Ramesh Maturu is co-founder and president of Pyramid Consulting Inc, a leading provider of Staffing and IT Services for over 26 years. Founded in 1996 by Ramesh, and Sanjeev and Namita Tirath, the company moved its headquarters to Alpharetta in 2011. The firm is focused helping clients with their contingent staffing and project needs, upskilling tech resources in underserved demographics, and providing comprehensive IT solutions that aim to maximize business value.
Initially, Pyramid Consulting was created to focus on niche fintech services; however, the company quickly realized that it needed to expand its brand to include other tech industries within the Atlanta market.
Today, Pyramid Consulting offers services across four divisions – Staffing, Celsior Technologies™, GenSpark and Scale:Up (RPO). The company’s IT staffing services aim to provide tech talent to clients across the board. Functions include recruiting and finding IT talent for their clients. Its Celsior division works with clients to take a problem and solve it end-to-end. The third division, GenSpark, provides early and mid-career talent with new skills to prepare them for their future technology careers. This program is very inclusive and highlights diversity within the industry. Lastly, Pyramid Consulting’s RPO solution utilizes AI and ML tools to provide custom hiring services to meet companies’ unique challenges and needs.
The company is a certified minority business enterprise and is committed to being an intentionally inclusive organization – meaning all people are provided with equal opportunity – and both the organization and its people realize their full potential.
Maturu is one of the founding board members of Tech Alpharetta, after being introduced to the idea by former mayor, David Belle Isle, to foster innovation by partnering the city with the technology community. “The city of Alpharetta and neighboring communities are coming together to provide a solid base for technology companies to come in and get access to the robust talent in the area,” shared Maturu.