HR Consultancy


ANDWILL Management Consultant (P) Ltd is one of the leading "Recruitment Process Outsourcing” (RPO) company. We serve on PAN INDIA basis. Our prime objective is to act as a catalyst to accelerate the recruitment process.

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ANDWiLL Softwares Pvt. Ltd., a multifacilated global service provider who ceaselessly providing customers with current, reliable and practical advice and assistance.



About Us

When you choose ANDWILL as your IT services, Consulting, Education and Business solutions partner, you will discover what so many enterprises have already discovered—the power of certainty.

In today’s world, organizations will have to rapidly reengineer themselves and be more responsive to changing customer needs. Andwill is well positioned to be a partner and co-innovator to businesses in their transformation journey, identify new growth opportunities and facilitate their foray into new sectors and markets.

We are fastest growing ecommerce business in India. It has successfully established itself as a dignified industry leader in all market segments which it has explored.Our Group has spread its wings in highly competitive sectors like ITES (IT Enabled Services), Internet Marketing, Educational Fields, HR Consulting and so on. It has been the dominant player in B2B marketplace .

Our mission is to accomplish loyalty and appreciation of Channel Partners/Business Partners. We further intend to develop a business friendly environment with our clients which will help them to increase their earning potential.

HR Consultancy

Recruitment Process Outsourcing

ANDWILL Management Consultant (P) Ltd is one of the leading "Recruitment Process Outsourcing” (RPO) company. We serve on PAN INDIA basis. Our prime objective is to act as a catalyst to accelerate the recruitment process.

RPO is a form of business process outsourcing where an employer transfers all or part of its recruitment processes to an external service provider.

We know that an intelligent recruiting strategy goes well beyond filling vacancies. We employ End-to-end solutions to recruit and arrange staff with the requisite skills and attributes to meet client business needs.

We deploy specialist "scientific" recruitment skills to foster key relationships in the recruitment lifecycle, as well as a highly-skilled and experienced team that can efficiently support high volumes of recruitment administration.

ANDWiLL Management Consultant, a multifacilated global service provider who ceaselessly providing customers with current, reliable and practical advice and assistance. ANDWiLL management consultancy is a leading service provider with domain expertise in Pharmaceutical & Health Care, Banking & Financial, Real Estate, FMCG/FMCD, KPO, BPO , Telecom and Manufacturing sectors.

We are a young, ambitious and fast growing company with great plans for the future. Our focus as well as our Dedication, Devotion and Determination have won us appreciation for our services. More importantly, as a consequence, we can count on leading companies in these sectors as our valued clients. We work with our clients as a partner.

We operate in a wide geographical area with proper alignment with partners, associates and top level Consultants. With a segregated and task specific approach, we do work for different circles and levels, be it a High Circle Top Executive Search or a Mass Hire for entry level positions.


Our Mission

We strongly believe consultancy is a process of sharing knowledge in this era of Knowledge management and thus we commit ourselves towards contributing in our own way to ensure a better future for businesses worldwide.

•   Our mission is to emerge as a respectable, honest organization and attain a leader’s rank within the industry.
•   We want to deliver the best of services with an integrated approach and commitment to quality and knowledge.
•   Support building of organization and its people.
•   To attend & execute every assignment with best of our efforts with ethics and commitment.


Our Strenghts

•   Proficiency in several businesses including Pharmaceutical, Banking & Financial, Real Estate, KPO, BPO , Telecom, Manufacturing, Media & Retails etc.
•   Access to different experts in the related fields.
•   Single window communication
•   Committed to stay with customers till realization of their objectives.


Core Values of ANDWiLL

  •  Initiate - A true initiation never ends.
  •  Integrity - Integrity is the essence of everything successful.
  •  Customer Focus - Here is a simple but powerful rule - always give people more than what they expect to get.
  •  Team Work - One for all and all for one.
  •  Innovation - Business has only two functions - marketing and innovation.
  •  Quality Conscious - The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions.

Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare & Life-Sciences

Industry Snapshot
The Indian pharmaceutical industry is highly dynamic and offers great opportunities for both domestic and foreign companies. The industry is estimated to have generated revenue worth US$ 13.1 billion in FY 2011, according to a new Research and Market’s report, “Indian Pharma Sector Forecast 2014.” India will emerge as a leading global player in pharmaceutical industry by 2020, securing a place among the top five major global markets, according to Ikon Marketing Consultant (IMC). Also, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) has said it expects the Indian pharmaceutical industry to reach US$ 20 billion by 2015, making it one of the world's top 10 pharmaceuticals markets.

India has a strong local manufacturing base and domestic players are developing substantial international presence. Healthcare is also one of the largest service sector industries in India, in terms of revenue and employment. Rising health awareness and increasing government expenditure on healthcare sector is driving growth in the sector. Medical tourism and health insurance are also on a rise, with significant growth in healthcare sector and establishment of large number of hospitals, both public and private. The Indian healthcare industry, estimated at US$ 50 billion, is expected to reach over US$ 75 billion by 2012, and US$ 100 billion by 2015.

Talent Challenges
While specialised talent is critical for any knowledge industry, it is more so within the pharmaceuticals industry. Companies gain competitive advantage through primary or applied research and thus the need for specialised talent has become even more acute. The industry being a Research & Development (R&D) driven business, there is a high need for people with both technical as well as practical knowledge and skills. Across all the levels of the industry value chain, there is an intense requirement of talented people to discover, develop, license, manufacture, market and monitor medicines.

AMC's Perspective
Word of Mouth is a critical driver of talent in this industry. We have consultants having a strong network with employees working in different companies across various levels. These employees understand not only their role, but also have a keen understanding of the company and the industry as well. They are our best ambassadors, thus making colleague referrals an important source of talent.

AMC focuses on the right-fit model; with a robust evaluation procedure conducted by our specialist consultants, and a strong reference checks procedure to source the best talent.

We also manage complex national and international assignments that need the deployment of resources across different geographies.



Representative Searches
•   Director Business Development, a Leading MNC devices and Diagnostics Company.
•   Business Development Director Singapore, a Leading MNC Pharmaceutical Company.
•   Marketing Director, a Leading Multinational Medical Nutrition Company.
•   Director Legal, a Leading MNC devices and Diagnostics Company.
•   Director Pharma Business, a Leading Indian Pharma Company.
•   Director Pharmacovigilance, a Leading CRO Company.
•   Chief Financial Officer - Japan, a Leading Indian Pharma Company.
•   Vice President, Pharmaceuticals, a Leading MNC Pharma Company.
•   Head Regulatory – Asia Operations, a Leading MNC Pharma Company.
•   Head Supply Chain Service – Dubai, a Leading Generics Pharma MNC Company.
•   Head-India Operations, a Leading CRO Company.
•   Principal Consultant, a Leading Consulting Company

Media & Entertainment

Industry Snapshot
The emergence of innumerable TV channels and private FM radio operators has made entertainment and information available across the entire Indian landscape.

The Media and Entertainment sector in India, which includes sectors such as television, music, radio and print, is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 13.2% to reach a size of Rs 1.19 lakh crore by 2015, according to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). In 2010, the Indian industry grew by 11.2 per cent, one of the highest growth rates in the world, due to improved economic conditions and rebound in advertising.

Talent Challenges
Amidst the major challenges faced by the industry are threats from piracy and violation of intellectual property rights, lack of quality content, and lack of cohesive production and distribution infrastructure. In a bid to constantly think of new and innovative ways to keep themselves ahead of their competitors, companies are increasingly focusing on their quality of talent. However, the sector continues to reel under challenges of paucity and mismanagement of talent and lack of standardisation across levels with regards to salaries and designations. The demand supply gap particularly with regards to "right" creative content talent is another chronic trend.

AMC's Perspective
At AMC we bring out-of-the-box solutions to identify the right blend of skills needed to address these challenges. Over the past three years, we have carried out close to 250 projects for our M&E clients for senior executive and non-executive searches, succession planning, talent mapping, team effectiveness appraisals and organizational redesign consulting. We have the expertise to work across all segments of the industry such as publishing, broadcasting and cable, film and music production, new media and marketing services.



Representative Searches
•   Chief Executive Officer, a Leading Broadcasting Company
•   Chief Executive Officer, a Leading Media and Entertainment Company
•   Chief Financial Officer, Leading Online Trading Community
•   Chief Technology Officer, a Leading Global Advertising Company
•   Country Talent Head, a Leading advertising company
•   Creative Head - Fiction, Number One cable channel
•   Director - International Business, a Leading Entertainment Content Company
•   Director - Learning & Development, South Asia, Leading Global Marketing and Advertising Research Company
•   Senior Vice President - 3G, a Leading Media and Entertainment Company
•   Senior Vice President- Home Entertainment, a Leading Media Production Company Focussing on Sports
•   Vice President - AdSales, a Leading Newspaper
•   Vice President - Legal & CS, a Leading Broadcasting Company
•   Vice President & Marketing Head, a Leading Broadcasting Company
•   Editor - Features, Leading Business TV Channel
•   Head - Corporate Finance (Malaysia), a Leading Malaysian Media and Entertainment Company
•   Head Creative, a Leading Media and Entertainment Conglomerate
•   Head International Sales & Distribution, a Leading Global Production House
•   Head Marketing, a Leading Real Time News Channel
•   Head Production, Leading Online Cricket Portal
•   Product Head, a Leading Indian Gaming Company
•   Regional Programming Director, a Leading Radio Station

Financial Services

Industry Snapshot
With sound fundamentals and tremendous scope for growth, India has one of the most developed financial markets in the developing world. The sector, majorly divided into banking and non-banking segments, emerged stronger after the financial turmoil due to its strict adherence to conventional systems and effective supervision by the central authority.

The Indian financial services market has huge further potential because of factors like annual savings rates of more than 30 per cent, favourable demographic trends and growing demand from India's 250 million-strong middle class.

Talent Challenges
The growing influence of the Indian economy is rapidly becoming a global platform for new growth in financial services, creating demand for highly skilled finance professionals. We address talent needs for all middle and senior management roles across all the segments of the sector such as Investment banking, Retail financial services, Insurance, Wealth Management etc.

Financial sector companies require staff to build on knowledge, but they are finding it increasingly tough to train new workers. Retaining talent in an industry with a huge growth potential poses another big challenge.

AMC's Perspective
Our role is not limited to being recruiters for different organisations – we act as consultants/advisors to our clients, helping them address critical talent issues. Besides executive recruiting, we also advise them on succession planning. Our industry expertise, proactive approach, and long term association with leading companies position us as the recruiter of choice.



Representative Searches
•   CEO, Leading Broking & Investment Firm
•   CEO/MD, Indian Private sector Bank
•   Country Head FIG, Start-up Indian Pvt sector Bank
•   Director-Global Security, Leading American Credit Card and Travel Finance Company
•   Executive Director, Leading Real Estate PE Fund
•   Vice President & General Manager, Marketing, Leading Indian firm
•   Vice President- Investments, Leading global real estate fund
•   Assistant Vice President- Corporate Finance, Large MNC Consulting firm
•   Vice President- Finance, Leading Broking & Investment Firm
•   Vice President- Legal & Fraud, India’s Largest NBFC
•   Head Audit & Compliance, Start-up Indian Pvt sector Bank
•   Head- Collections, Start-up European NBFC
•   Head- Financial Institution, Leading American Corporate Bank
•   Regional Head-Group Insurance, A Major Intl Insurance Company

Education

Industry Snapshot
India has one of the largest higher education systems in the world. The economic growth of the country is leading to a surge in demand for more engineers, management graduates, computer engineers, and many other professionals. Given the huge opportunity in the sector, there is a growing trend of private sector participation. According to a recent FICCI report on the private sector's participation in the Indian higher education, the country has displayed impressive growth over the last decade to become one of the world's largest systems of higher education. The number of institutions has grown at a CAGR of 11% while student enrolment has grown at a CAGR of 6%.

Given the Indian government's radical reforms and massive expansion plans in the education sector, a lot more schools and colleges are going to be opened across the country, including rural areas. According to the ASER (2012) report, over the last six years, private school enrolment in rural India has gone up by 5.5 percentage points.

Talent Challenges
While there is no official estimate of the number of teachers India will require by 2020, a rough estimate by the IIT’s pegs the country’s need at around 4.2 million lecturers to teach 42 million students at the higher educational level. The country is currently facing acute shortage of faculty at the higher education level. There exists a huge demand supply gap, and the sector is currently reeling under a huge talent crisis.

AMC's Perspective
At AMC Consultants we are closely following the sector and are tuned into the challenges as well as the dynamics of operating in this sector. Given the sharp gap in demand supply ratio, institutes are gradually coming forward and seeking consultants to recruit/retain the best talent.



Representative Searches
•   Chief Executive Officer, a Leading Indian Airhostess Training Institute
•   COO & Head International Operations, a Leading Indian Airhostess Training Institute
•   Chief Administration Officer, Leading MBA Institute
•   Director - Marketing, a Leading IT Training Institute
•   Disciplinary Board/ Quality Review Board, One of the Education Statutory Body
•   By Director Programme, a Leading Education Institute
•   Vice President, a Leading Indian Airhostess Training Institute
•   Assistant Vice President Marketing, a Leading Global Learning Solutions Company
•   Head - National Network Group, a Leading IT Training Institute
•   Head - Sales (Bangalore), a Leading e-Learning Content and Solutions Provider
•   Regional Head (Delhi), a Leading Indian Airhostess Training Institute
•   Regional Head (North), a Leading Indian Airhostess Training Institute
•   Regional Head (West), a Leading Indian Airhostess Training Institute
•   Regional Manager-North, a Leading Education Publishing Company
•   Senior Manager HF Recruitment, a Leading Education Publishing Company
•   Business Development Manager, a Leading Education Publishing Company
•   Professor, a Leading Indian MBA Institute
•   Program Assistant, Chennai-OU, a Leading Education Publishing Company
•   Senior HR Executive, a Leading Education Publishing Company

Outsourcing & Offshoring

Industry Snapshot
India is the preferred destination for off-shoring and outsourcing (O&O) services. According to Nasscom, the BPO industry accounted for 34 per cent of the worldwide BPO market in 2010, thus becoming the world’s largest destination for BPO services delivery. Lower manpower costs, availability of skilled professionals proficient in English, and enviable software development capabilities have made India a lucrative outsourcing destination for companies in developed markets. The industry generates employment for over 4.5 million people (direct and indirect), with 50 per cent of employees below 25 years.

In the last two decades, the Information Technology and Enabling Services (ITES) segment has moved up the value chain and now the services include knowledge process outsourcing (KPO), legal process outsourcing (LPO), games process outsourcing (GPO) and design outsourcing, among others. Based on its huge workforce and early foray into the global sourcing market, India has emerged as a strong exporter of IT services.

Talent Challenges
The availability and likely demand for offshore talent are matched inefficiently, with demand outstripping availability in some locations and availability outstripping demand in others. While numbers reflect the availability of a large talent pool, the supply of "employable" talent is far less. Rising wages and high turnover among engineers—the professionals most in demand for IT services—provide evidence that local constraints on the supply of talent already exist.

AMC's Perspective
In this rapidly changing industry dynamics, our role at AMC is not limited to sourcing the right talent and working on the mandates given by the companies. We understand the challenges of hiring, retaining the right talent in the industry, and act as consultants to candidates as well as companies in advising them of the best choices. We understand a candidate’s profile, interests, skills, and match them with the requirements of the company. Mapping of right fit happens two ways – both for the employer as well as the employee. Our endeavour is to not to just help candidates get jobs, but to help them make great careers.



Representative Searches
•   Center Director, Leading Outsourcing & Offshoring firm
•   Chief Administrative Officer, Back Office of a Leading Financial Services Company
•   Chief Operating Officer, a Leading Financial Process Outsourcing Firm
•   Chief Operating Officer, Leading Business Process Outsourcing Firm
•   Chief Operating Officer, Leading Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) firm
•   Director - Audit, Back Office of a Leading Financial Services Company
•   Director-Finance, Leading Legal Process Outsourcing Firm
•   Director-Transition & Quality, Leading Legal process outsourcing (LPO) firm
•   Assistant Vice President, Leading Business Process Outsourcing firm
•   Associate Vice President - Derivatives, Back Office of a Leading Global Investment Bank
•   Senior Vice President-Quality, Leading Back office of a leading global investment bank firm
•   Vice President - Collections, Leading Third Party BFSI BPO
•   Vice President - Credit Risk, Leading Back Office of a Leading Financial Services Company
•   Vice President - Transaction Managerment Group, Back Office of a Leading Global Investment Bank
•   Vice President- Compliance, Leading Back Office of a Leading Financial Services Company
•   Vice President- Financial Accounting, Back office of a Leading Global Investment Bank
•   Vice President-Finance, a Leading Marketing Consulting firm
•   Vice President-Information Security, Leading Third party BPO firm
•   GM Healthcare, Leading Business Process Outsourcing firm
•   Principle - Capital Markets , Leading Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) firm

Telecom

Industry Snapshot
The Indian telecommunications (Telecom) industry is the fastest growing market in the world. The industry has played a vital role in India's growth story, and within the services sector, the telecom sector has been the major contributor to India's growth, accounting for nearly 3.6% of total GDP in FY10. The share of telecommunication services in India's GDP is expected to increase to 15% by 2015. The fast track growth in the domestic telecom market has attracted significant investments which are expected to grow with the entry of new players and launch of new services.

The number of mobile phone subscribers in India rose to 893.84 million in December 2011. According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the wireless user base grew 1.07% with an addition of 9.47 million subscribers, from 884.37 million in November 2011. With this, the total number of telephone subscribers, including land line holders, touched 926.53 million. The sector will provide employment to around one crore people by 2012, according to a study commissioned by the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) and done by PwC. The sector will provide about 28 lakh direct jobs and around 70 indirect jobs by 2012, according to the study.

Latest services such as 3G and WiMax would further help stimulate growth rate in the sector. With the ongoing investments into infrastructure deployment, the country is projected to see high penetration of internet, broadband and mobile subscribers. Mobile value added services (VAS) such as text or SMS, menu-based services, downloading of music or ring tones, mobile TV, videos and other m-commerce applications, is poised to grow 20% by 2013, according to an industry report.

The sector includes fixed line telephony, mobile telephony, internet (wireless, broadband, 3G) and telephone equipment.

Talent Challenges
The high growth potential in the sector, makes it a highly sought after sector by professionals. Despite the availability of skilled professionals in the industry, entry of new players disturbs the demand supply equilibrium, and companies are often seen struggling in recruiting and retaining talent owing to multiple opportunities available in the market.

The market is highly competitive and industry players need senior and middle level talent to successfully lead companies. The presence of right leaders is crucial to all stakeholders across the value chain - operators, services providers, network operators and equipment providers.

AMC's Perspective
Our team of qualified telecommunications experts, who have a background of having worked in the industry, gives valuable advice to clients and gives the best recruits to companies by virtue of having access to top management talents in the industry. A knowledgeable team also helps us to screen candidates at our end, thereby reducing the recruitment time for companies.



Representative Searches
•   Chief Operating Officer, a Leading Provider of Mobile Value Added Services
•   Chief Executive Officer, a Leading Optical Fibre Cables Manufacturer
•   CEO/ CFO, a Leading Telecom Passive Infrastructure Company
•   Chief Financial Officer, World's Leading Telecom Passive Infrastructure Company
•   Chief Technology Officer, a Leading Global Telecommunications Solutions Provider
•   Chief People Officer, a Leading Telecom Software Provider
•   Chief People Officer, World's Leading Telecom Passive Infrastructure Company
•   Chief Marketing Officer, Leading Telecom Operator
•   Vice President,l Business Services, Leading Telecom Operator
•   Vice President, a Leading Telecom Infrastructure Provider
•   General Manager-Handset Product Management, a Leading Telecom Player
•   GM- Corporate Channels - Strategy and Development, Leading Information and Communications Services Company
•   City Head-Hyderabad, a Leading Mobile Retail Player
•   Head HR, India's leading Operator
•   Head-HR, a Leading Telecom Equipment Supplier

Technology

Industry Snapshot
Information Technology (IT) is a pivotal part of the Indian economy and has played a defining role in establishing our economic prowess on the global map. The sector includes software solutions, hardware, IT services, engineering and R&D services and ITES (IT-enabled services). In the ITES segment, India has emerged as one of the most preferred destinations for companies looking to offshore their IT and back-office functions due to cost arbitrage, availability of skilled manpower and a favourable business environment.

Indian IT companies, especially the top firms such as TCS, Infosys and Wipro, have been competing against top global firms such as IBM, Accenture and EDS for large mandates. India continues to remain a hub for cost effective technology operations. Nasscom has maintained its growth projection of 16-18 per cent for the sector in this fiscal. The sector is projected to bring in revenues of US$ 68-70 billion during this fiscal. The IT industry in India is continuously generating millions of direct jobs over the years. The industry currently has around 2 million employees.

Talent Challenges
With major IT firms evolving continuously in a dynamic market to address the complex demands of clients in a highly competitive environment, there is an increasing demand for a talent pool that has the skills to deliver value-added and unique solutions. This will also call on out of the box thinking by companies to ensure that their people are "future ready"

AMC's Perspective
Given that the industry is highly dependent on the talent pool, effective talent management is critical to the success of a company. AMC’s team of consultants, having a solid background of the industry, bring deep industry and functional expertise as well as insights that help our clients source the best available talent. Our strong network across companies also helps us assess the requirements in advance so that we can work on a mandate even before it comes to us.



Representative Searches
•   Country Manager-Channel Sales, a Leading Global Network Infrastructure Solutions Provider
•   Country Manager, a Leading Business Consulting Services Company
•   Chief Technology Officer, a Leading Global Telecommunications Solutions Provider
•   India - Chief Financial Officer, a Leading Industrial Automation & Industrial Control Products Manufacturing Company
•   India Sales Head- APAC & North America, a Leading Global IT Consultancy Company
•   Senior Director - Professional Services, a Leading Software Provider for Global Commodity Markets
•   Director of QA, a Leading Software Consulting Company
•   Director Sales, a Leading Software Company
•   Associate Director Legal, a Leading Global IT Consulting Company
•   Vice President-Marketing, a Leading Mobile Payment Service Company
•   Legal Head, a Leading Global Communications Company
•   Head-Delivery, a Leading Global Software Engineering Services Provider
•   Head HR, a Leading Software Solutions Provider
•   Head-Operations, India, a Leading IT- Software Services Provider
•   Head - Operations, a Leading IT outsourcing and Business Process Outsourcing Provider
•   Head-Sales, a Leading Software Product Development Company

Financial Analysis

Industry Snapshot
The process of evaluating businesses, projects, budgets and other finance-related entities to determine their suitability for investment. Typically, financial analysis is used to analyze whether an entity is stable, solvent, liquid, or profitable enough to be invested in. When looking at a specific company, the financial analyst will often focus on the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement. In addition, one key area of financial analysis involves extrapolating the company's past performance into an estimate of the company's future performance.

List of Financial Services:
•   Investment Planning
•   Retirement Planning
•   Insurance Planning
•   Children's Future Planning
•   Tax Planning
•   Short-Term Cash Flow Planning
•   Service Tax & E-filing
•   Vat Registration E-filing
•   Income Tax Planning & E-filing
•   ROC E-filing
•   Company Formation & ROC Matters
•   Project Loan
•   Online and Offline Book Keeping
•   Account Receivable
•   Account Payble
•   Budgeting and Control
•   Central Excise & E-filing
•   Business Loan
•   Finanical Analysis
•   Employees Provident Fund related work, consultation & E-filing
•   Employees State Insurance related work, consultation & E-filing
•   Profession Tax related work, consultation & E-filing
•   TDS return E-filing and consultation
•   Labour Law related work and consultation
•   Fund Flow Statement
•   Finalization of Accounts

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Phone No : +91 9836 5509 82
Phone No : +91 9038 0511 52
Email ID    : soumyajit@andwill.co.in

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Careers With ANDWILL

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A career with ANDWiLL means joining a team committed to be the best with their Motivation & Resources. Our mandate is to grow daily with full devotion to our work & to be the finest in the field of consultant. ANDWiLL presents stability to our employees along with our clients.

We are well on the way to create a talent base of inspired expert recruiters & we are growing everyday to be the best talented recruitment team in the industry! Through this team we add uninterrupted, precious, efficient & prompt resources for its customer keeping in mind the value of time. We believe that our knowledge is the best guarantee of our success.

ANDWiLL is into many domains where we are giving our best & growing with a proper or you may say necessary time frame. We are into Pharmaceuticals, Google Business Photos, Banking, Telecom, FMCG/CD, Media & Entertainment, Retail, Hospitality & BPO. We are very keen to establish our self in the mentioned domain & thus we have senior consultant in each & every domain to guide & supervise the process. We belief we are the best employer & career consultant to associate with where you can explore your career with proper & pin point guidance.

Industries

Information Technology

According to the “Information Technology Association of America”, information technology (IT) is defined as the study that involves the support, management, study, design, development and implementation of information systems that are computer–based. This includes physical components of the information system, also known as hardware, and programs that help the machine to function, also known as the software. The scope of information technology is very wide and is gaining momentum with each passing day, to encompass many fields of work and study. In earlier days, information technology was limited to people working in particular sectors, such as banking, engineering or science. The passing time, however, has seen a huge growth spurt in the usage of information technology. The advent of the personal computer has made it possible even for the masses to benefit immensely from the same. There are many who might still wonder what all the hype about information technology is about. If you are one of them, read on to explore the importance of information technology.

Why Information Technology Is Important

In businesses, information technology plays a major role in the management and upkeep of huge amounts of information. It helps in creating information as well as aids in information exchange. Due to this, businesses can work with their clients in any part of the world, as though they were in the same building.
In the field of medicine, information technology plays a major role in various diagnostic procedures such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), scans, and other tools used to diagnose major conditions. These days, there are computer-aided surgeries that are being performed as well.
In the fields of science and engineering, information technology plays an important role in the collection and exchange of demographic data, weather reports, behavioral sciences and numerous other areas where automation and quick work is needed.
Information technology has contributed to various security systems for homes as well as businesses, to a large extent. More complex security systems are being used in the cases of government agencies and military bases.
Public databases and secret identification of people is now maintained with the help of information technology. In fact, a large number of criminals are traced with the aid of modern technology, since the exact location of people can be traced by tracking out the computer that they had used.
GPS or Global Positioning System is one facet of information technology that is fast catching up with more and more people these days. Using this technology, people can not only track out travel routes, but can also recover stolen items, such as cars, mobile phones, etc.
Information technology is extremely important to the entertainment sector. Numerous special effects, graphical additions and innovative multimedia applications are being used these days in movies. All this has been made possible because of information technology.
The World Wide Web (www), more commonly known as internet, is the most important means of linking the world. Without the internet, we could just as well return to the Stone Age. Communication has become much easier, and the world is a much smaller place, thanks to information technology.


Career opportunities

Graduates are prepared for roles as systems analyst, analyst programmer, database manager, software engineer, strategist, systems marketer, network support consultant, network project engineer, network security analyst, help desk support, internet specialist, LAN/WAN administrator, web designer and developer, systems administrator, webmaster, e-accounting engineer, quality assurer and project manager. You can also pursue a career in information and business system analysis, business process modelling, project planning, database administration and management, web application design and development, and IT services and systems.

Logistics & Supply Chain

A supply chain consists of all parties involved, directly or indirectly, in fulfilling a customer´s request. The supply chain not only includes the manufacturer and suppliers, but also transporters, warehouses, retailers, and customers themselves. Within each organization, such as manufacturer, the supply chain includes all functions involved in receiving and filling a customer request. These functions include, but are not limited to, new product development, marketing, operations, distribution, finance, and customer service.

Consider a customer walking into a Wal-Mart store to purchase detergent. The supply chain begins with the customer and their need for detergent. The next stage of this supply chain is the Wal-Mart retail store that the customer visits. Wal-Mart stocks its shelves using inventory that may have been supplied from a finished-goods warehouse that Wal-Mart manages or from a distributor using trucks supplied by a third party. The distributor in turn is stocked by the manufacturer (say Procter & Gamble [P&G] in this case). The P&G manufacturing plant receives raw material from a variety of suppliers who may themselves have been supplied by lower tier suppliers. For example, packaging material may come from Tenneco packaging while Tenneco receives raw materials to manufacture the packaging from other suppliers.

A supply chain is dynamic and involves the constant flow of information, product, and funds between different stages. In our example, Wal-Mart provides the product, as well as pricing and availability information, to the customer. The customer transfers funds to Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart conveys point-of-sales data as well as replenishment order via trucks back to the store. Wal-Mart transfers funds to the distributor after the replenishment. The distributor also provides pricing information and sends delivery schedules to Wal-Mart. Similar information, material, and fund flows take place across the entire supply chain.

In another example, when a customer purchases online from Dell Computer, the supply chain includes, among others, the customer, Dell´s Web site that takes the customer´s order, the Dell assembly plant, and all of Dell´s suppliers and their suppliers. The Web site provides the customer with information regarding pricing, product variety,and product availability. Having made a product choice, the customer enters the site to check the status of the order. Stages further up the supply chain use customer order information to fill the order. That process involves an additional flow of information, product, and funds between various stages of the supply chain.

These examples illustrate that the customer is an integral part of the supply chain. The primary purpose from the existence of any supply chain is to satisfy customer needs, in the process generating profits for itself. Supply chain activities begin with a customer order and end when a satisfied customer has paid for his or her purchase. The term supply chain conjures up images of product or supply moving from suppliers to manufacturers to distributors to retailers to customers along a chain. It is important to visualize information, funds, and product flows along both directions of this chain. The term supply chain may also imply that only one player is involved at each stage. In reality, a manufacturer may receive material from several suppliers and then supply several distributors. Thus, most supply chains are actually networks. It may be more accurate to use the term supply network or supply web to describe the structure of most supply chains.

A typical supply chain may involve a variety of stages. These supply chain stages include:

• Customers
• Retailers
• Wholesalers/Distributors
• Manufacturers
• Component/Raw material suppliers

Each stage need not be presented in a supply chain. The appropriate design of the supply chain will depend on both the customer´s needs and the roles of the stages involved. In some cases, such as Dell, a manufacturer may fill customer orders directly. Dell builds-to-order; that is, a customer order initiates manufacturing at Dell. Dell does not have a retailer, wholesaler, or distributor in its supply chain. In other cases, such as the mail order company L.L. Bean, manufacturers do not respond to customer orders directly. In this case, L.L. Bean maintains an inventory or product from which they fill customer orders. Compared to the Dell supply chain, the L.L. Bean supply chain contains an extra stage (the retailer, L.L.Bean itself) between the customer and the manufacturer. In the case of other retail stores, the supply chain may also contain a wholesaler or distributor between the store and the manufacturer.

Finance, Banking & Insurance

The financial industry, or financial services industry, includes a wide range of companies and institutions involved with money, including businesses providing money management, lending, investing, insuring and securities issuance and trading services. The following institutions are a part of the financial industry:

• Banks
• Credit card issuers
• Insurance companies • Investment bankers
• Securities traders
• Financial Planners
• Security exchanges

Financial Industry: Demand and Supply Drivers

Demand for financial products are driven by risk-reward assessments, which consider:

• Potential Yield
• Risk rating
• Liquidity
• Availability of information
• Access to alternatives

The major supply drivers are:

• Money supply
• Interest rates
• Inflation
• Economic conditions
• Government regulations

Financial Industry: Major Players

According to the Global 2000 (annual report by Forbes), seven of the world´s top 10 companies belonged to the financial industry. These included Citigroup, Bank of America, HSBC Holdings and JPMorgan Chase. Their combined revenues in 2007 were worth $645 billion, down from the 2006 high of $785 billion.

According to the Fortune 500 rankings, in 2006 financial services generated $257 billion in profits, a third of total Fortune 500 profits. In 2008, however, they lost a staggering $213 billion, a total swing of $470 billion. Big players on the list, such as Citigroup and Bank of America, may only be alive today thanks to government money.

The finance industry is an industry in itself as well as an ancillary that supports other industries. Trade and commerce across the world would come to a standstill if there was no means to fund, pay and protect the transactions, hence the need for governments to support the financial services industry when companies that are “too big to fail” are close to collapse.

Pharmaceutical, Healthacre & Clinical

The global pharmaceuticals market is worth US$300 billion a year, a figure expected to rise to US$400 billion within three years. The 10 largest drugs companies control over one-third of this market, several with sales of more than US$10 billion a year and profit margins of about 30%. Six are based in the United States and four in Europe. It is predicted that North and South America, Europe and Japan will continue to account for a full 85% of the global pharmaceuticals market well into the 21st century. Companies currently spend one-third of all sales revenue on marketing their products - roughly twice what they spend on research and development.

As a result of this pressure to maintain sales, there is now, in WHO's words, “an inherent conflict of interest between the legitimate business goals of manufacturers and the social, medical and economic needs of providers and the public to select and use drugs in the most rational way”. This is particularly true where drugs companies are the main source of information as to which products are most effective. Even in the United Kingdom, where the medical profession receives more independent, publicly-funded information than in many other countries, promotional spending by pharmaceuticals companies is 50 times greater than spending on public information on health.

To tackle this problem, the World Health Assembly adopted, in 1988, the WHO Ethical Criteria for Medicinal Drug Promotion, dedicated to the rational use of drugs. However, many observers complain that these guidelines have been largely disregarded - as has the voluntary Code of Pharmaceutical Practices developed by the industry's own International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Associations (Pharma).

A similar conflict of interests exists in the area of drug research and development (R&D) particularly in the area of neglected diseases. The private sector dominates R&D, spending millions of dollars each year developing new drugs for the mass market. The profit imperative ensures that the drugs chosen for development are those most likely to provide a high return on the company's investment. As a result, drugs for use in the industrialized world are prioritized over ones for use in the South, where many patients would be unable to pay for them.

Some large pharmaceutical companies support health development through public-private partnerships. In a number of cases, international corporations and foundations have contributed drugs or products free of charge to help in disease eradication. SmithKline Beecham has made a US$500 million commitment to WHO of its drug albendazole, used to treat lymphatic filariasis (elephantiasis). American Home Products has provided a non-toxic larvicide and the DuPont Company has contributed free cloth water filters for the eradication of guinea-worm disease (dracunculiasis). The Japanese Nippon Foundation has enabled WHO to supply blister packs containing the drugs needed for multi-drug therapy (MDT) of TB in sufficient quantities to treat about 800 000 patients a year in some 35 countries. The patients receive the treatments free of charge.

Manufacturing

The branch of manufacture and trade based on the fabrication, processing, or preparation of products from raw materials and commodities. This includes all foods, chemicals, textiles, machines, and equipment. This includes all refined metals and minerals dirrived from extracted ores. This includes all lumber, wood, and pulp products.

Manufacturing Industry Categories:

Apparel Industry : All establishments producing clothing and fabricating products by cutting and sewing purchased woven or knit textile fabrics and related materials, such as leather, rubberized fabrics, plastics, and furs. This does not include knitting mills or custom tailors and dressmakers
Chemical and Allied Industry : All establishments producing basic chemicals, and establishments manufacturing products by predominantly chemical processes. This does not include the mining of natural chemicals and fertilizers see Mining and Quarrying of Nonmetallic Minerals), nor does it include establishments primarily engaged in packaging, repackaging and bottling purchased chemical products.
Electronic and Electrical Equipment Industry : All establishments engaged in manufacturing machinery, apparatus, and supplies for the generation, storage, transmission, transformation, and utilization of electrical energy. This does not include industrial machinery and equipment powered by built-in or detachable electric motors.
Fabricated Metal Industry : All establishments engaged in fabricating ferrous and nonferrous metal products, such as metal cans, tinware, handtools, cutlery, general hardware, nonelectric heating apparatus, fabricated structural metal products, metal forgings, metal stampings, and a variety of metal and wire products not elsewhere classified.
Food and Kindred Industry : All establishments manufacturing or processing foods and beverages for human consumption, and certain related products, such as manufactured ice, chewing gum, vegetable and animal fats and oils, and prepared feeds for animals and fowls. This does not include chemical sweeteners.
Furniture and Fixtures Industry : All establishments engaged in manufacturing household, office, public building, and restaurant furniture; and office and store fixtures. This does not include establishments engaged in the production of millwork or wood kitchen cabinets those manufacturing cut stone and concrete furniture those manufacturing hospital furniture other than beds.
Industrial and Commercial Machinery Industry : All establishments engaged in manufacturing industrial and commercial machinery and equipment and computers. This includes machines powered by built-in or detachable motors, with the exception of electrical household appliances. This includes power-driven handtools, but does not include other electrical equipment.
Leather Industry : All establishments engaged in tanning, currying, and finishing hides and skins, leather converters, and establishments manufacturing finished leather and artificial leather products and some similar products made of other materials.
Lumber and Wood Industry : All establishments engaged in cutting timber and pulpwood; mills engaged in producing lumber and wood basic materials; and establishments engaged in manufacturing finished articles made entirely or mainly of wood or related materials. This does not include furniture and office and store fixtures, musical instruments, toys and playground equipment, and caskets.
Measuring, Analyzing and Controlling Instrument Industry : All establishments engaged in manufacturing instruments for measuring, testing, analyzing, and controlling, and their associated sensors and accessories; optical instruments and lenses; surveying and drafting instruments; hydrological, hydrographic, meteorological, and geophysical equipment; search, detection, navigation, and guidance systems and equipment; surgical, medical, and dental instruments, equipment and supplies; ophthalmic goods; photographic equipment and supplies; and, watches and clocks.
Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries : All establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing products not classified in any other manufacturing category. This includes establishments engaged in the production of goods such as jewelry, musical instruments, toys, sporting goods, etc.
Paper and Allied Industry : All establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of pulps from wood and other cellulose fibers, and from rags; the manufacture of paper and paperboard; and the manufacture of paper and paperboard into converted products, such as paper bags and paper boxes. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bags of plastics film and sheet.
Petroleum Refining and Related Industry : All establishments primarily engaged in petroleum refining, manufacturing paving and roofing materials, and compounding lubricating oils and greases from purchased materials. This does not include establishments manufacturing and distributing gas to consumers nor those engaged in producing coke and byproducts.
Primary Metal Industry : All establishments engaged in smelting and refining ferrous and nonferrous metals from ore, pig, or scrap; in rolling, drawing, and alloying metals; in manufacturing castings and other basic metal products; and in manufacturing nails, spikes, and insulated wire and cable. This also includes the production of coke.
Printing, Publishing, and Allied Industry : ll establishments engaged in printing and those establishments which perform services in the printing trade, such as bookbinding and plate making. This also includes establishments engaged in publishing newspapers, books, and periodicals, regardless of whether they do their own printing.
Rubber and Miscellaneous Plastic Industry : All establishments not elsewhere classified manufacturing products from plastics resins and from natural, synthetic, or reclaimed rubber, gutta percha, balata, or gutta siak. Many products made from these materials are classified in other industries, such as boats, toys, Buttons, etc.
Stone, Clay, Glass, and Concrete Industry : All establishments engaged in manufacturing flat glass and other glass products, cement, structural clay products, pottery, concrete and gypsum products, cut stone, abrasive and asbestos products, and other products from materials taken principally from the earth in the form of stone, clay, and sand.
Textile Mill Industry : All establishments engaged in the preparation of fiber and subsequent manufacturing of yarn, thread, braids, twine, and cordage; in manufacturing broad woven fabrics, narrow woven fabrics, knit fabrics, and carpets and rugs from yarn; in dyeing and finishing fiber, yarn, fabrics, and knit apparel; in coating, waterproofing, or otherwise treating fabrics; in the integrated manufacture of knit apparel and other finished articles from yarn; and in the manufacture of felt goods, lace goods, nonwoven fabrics, and miscellaneous textiles.
Tobacco Industry : All establishments engaged in manufacturing cigarettes, cigars, smoking and chewing tobacco, snuff, and reconstituted tobacco and in stemming and redrying tobacco. This also includes the manufacture of nontobacco cigarettes. This does not include the manufacture of insecticides from tobacco byproducts.
Transportation Equipment Industry : All establishments engaged in manufacturing equipment for transportation of passengers and cargo by land, air and water. This includes the manufacture of products such as motor vehicles, aircraft, guided missiles and space vehicles, ships, boats, and railroad equipment. This does not include the manufacture of mobile homes nor the manufacture of equipment used for moving materials on farms, in mines, on construction sites, in plants, etc.

Software Services

We are an online computer service and solution provider. With an unmatchable team of high skilled and experienced professionals, we provide you with one click solution for all your computer worries. We offer various ways of making your computer run in a smooth and efficient manner. We provide plenty of ways to help anyone with any sort of troubles and queries concerning their computers. Our prime objective is to endow you with the best possible service.

We offers a distinctive interactive resolution to customers by phone, email, live chat and online remote support. Our lucrative and affordable services are obtainable to everyone by subscription or per user basis with a host of plans to offer. In today's swiftly developing world, people seek affordable and quick resolution to their problems. We understands the urge and uses state of the art technology for a speedy resolution to every problem our customers may face.

» Installation, Upgradation, Uninstallation of Softwares Antivirus, Spyware and Malware related support.
» Printer and Scanner related support.
» MP3 / IPOD related support.
» Analyze & perform Standard PC maintenance.
» Increase PC Performance.
» On demand virus / spy ware removal services.
» Set up Email programs / Internet / MS-Office.
» Windows XP / Linux / Windows Vista installation.
» Set up, Install and troubleshoot peripheral like printers, scanner and multifunctional devices.
» Transfer files to and from Music players, digital Cameras and external storage devices.
» Wi- fi Support.
» Parental Control.
» Boot Error Control.
» Locate and remove viruses and install and configure antivirus software.
» Stop pop ups, remove adware / spyware, and install/configure antivirus software.
» Install home and small office networks (including wireless networks) ensuring security.
» Fix E-mail and software problems.
» Fix stand alone printer, scanner and multi functional device.
» Speed up your computer and increase performance; PC tune ups.
» Perform standard maintenance, Windows update patches.
» Install, configure and troubleshoot on new software and hardware.
» Assist in data backup processes, transferring data from one PC to another.
» Fix error messages or frozen screens and much more!

Mobile Application

In the present era of fluid communication, customers are increasingly getting addicted to convenience of accessing information & transacting on the go. With the growing usage of smart phones like iPod Touch, iPad, iPhone, Android Mobile, Android Tab, Kindle fire etc. the importance of having a Mobile app has further gained prominence.

Wondering how a Mobile app can impact your business?
⇔ Provides real time access to users.
⇔ Engages users & build relationship.
⇔ Increases loyalty through increase visibility.
⇔ Branding.
⇔ Generates sales.

We offer technical acumen with creative prowess a clear understanding on usability and user experience. We develop clean, easily understandable apps for i Phone & Tabs along with Android phones & Tabs. Get a custom mobile app designed to suit your specific business requirements.

Iphone Application Development

Think you are already ahead of others? It's time to leave them miles behind.
Here at ANDWILL, we boast of an enviable league of creative and innovative professional iPhone developers who can design any type of iPhone compatible application to suit your requirements.

Within a short span of time we have proven our expertise in this recently identified area of business. We are committed to provide you with the highest quality application that will make your device smarter than ever.

Our specialized fields include:

iPhone Application Graphic Design:
Looking for a sleek, clean and stunning look for your application? That's what we are here for! Our creative team of highly efficient graphic designers blends its creative expressions to provide you with an eye-catching and unique design that will help you to stand out from the crowd.

iPhone Application Programming and Development:
Our dedicated team of professionals with extensive skills and experience of OS X programming along with the use of underlying framework will provide you with a top notch application software, just what you were looking for !

iPhone Application Marketing Solutions
Here in Integra, we believe in results. So along with providing a top notch iPhone application, we take the responsibility of marketing the product.


Android Application Development

According to comparison data released by Nielsen survey, Android’s share in the U.S. Smartphone Market raised up to 39%. It has become one of the most favourite mobile application platforms among the users because of its world class user interface (open-source) and hardware independency. ComScore research indicates that the number will be increased considerably in the coming months.

With this huge positive growth trend in the market, enormous opportunities can be generated to engage the customers towards your brand. The customers can now do shopping, booking tickets or other day-to-day based activities through mobile phones.

You can create android application for your brand to motivate customers to make the desired day-to-day activity using that app to make their life happier and easier. Android OS is the world’s leading smart phone platform that extends the functionality of the devices.

Google developed open source Android OS, to support most of the mobile carriers so that the customers can get maximum flexibility, even after going for a different mobile device.

We at ANDWILL, develop android applications which has the below :

» increase your brand’s - reach and visibility,
» open new marketing channel
» acquire new customers
» provide the customers - better usability and access
» engage the customers towards your brand
» Android smartly utilizes various technologies like EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, UMTS, CDMA and GSM to both send/receive data across mobile networks.
» Complete and all-inclusive libraries for 2D and 3D graphics.
» Provides for an extensive variety of libraries for image, audio and video files.
» Possess certain characteristics such as, Video camera, Touch screen, GPS, accelerometer and magnetometer.
» Possess a vital and imperative process of Inter process communication (IPC) message passing.
» Peer to Peer application using Google Talk.
» SQLite for data storage.
» A wide-ranging Export and signing app for the purpose of publishing.

Web Designing

Search Engine Optimization

Internet Marketing

There are a number of terms specific to online marketing and – more generally, the internet – that are helpful to know whether you’re a search engine marketer or just need to speak with one. The following are a sampling of these internet marketing terms.

There are huge numbers of procedures you can use for Internet Markrting. Here we mention some methods :

» 301 Redirect
» Above the Fold
» adCenter
» Advertising Network
» AdWords
» Affiliate Marketing
» Algorithm
» Analytics
» Astroturfing
» Backlinks
» Banned
» Behavioral Targeting (BT)
» Blog
» Brand Stacking and many more...

ANDWILL Institute of Management and Technologies

Education is the stepping stone for success. Knowledge enlightens the human brain and channels his growth in a proper way. Time and again, human beings have always strived to attain more knowledge which they can use for their proper development and growth.

AIMT Kolkata is affiliated with Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya and recognized by University Grant Commission (UGC).

AIMT Kolkata is passionate to contribute in the educational revolution in its own way. We are developing and emerging ourselves as the pioneer to develop managers for the future with proper skills and education. The technological educated society today strives for leaders in entrepreneurs and management who can handle the situation with flair, provide the correct input and lead the end result in success.

AIMT Kolkata offers Post Graduate Diploma, Diploma and Certificate programs across various industry sectors including Hotel Management, Paramedical Sector, VFX and Animation, Mass Communication, Advertising and Journalism, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Hardware and Networking. The curriculum is always updated to keep in pace with the dynamic changes in the education and environment spectrum. This is achieved by continuous innovation, development of knowledge and commitment towards academic excellence.

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Business Consulting

Consultancy Services
Consultancy is required now in each and every step of life whether to build a career or to start a business. ANDWILL offers end to end consultant to its clients in the field of IT, BPO, Healthcare, Banking, Hightech and Telecom through optimum use of technology and process excellence.

ANDWILL focuses on providing the clients with new and innovative ideas for their business. With our team of experienced and new blood, we try to always think-out-of-the-box ideas to conceptualize and implement to attain greater heights to meet end results.

Our Advantages
Our model includes implementing lean optimization. We virtualize non-core operations and harness new technology. We help in structuring 4th generation partnering agreements that operate at the highest level of trust.

So what is the transformation model? It's a business that has been optimized in every respect to improve the bottom line and meet the future with confidence.

We have the flexibility to deliver solutions quickly and cost-effectively. And our confidence in our ability to think ahead makes us willing to be measured against any business outcomes. This means that with ANDWILL, you get the advantage of future thinking - along with the advantage of being taken the rest of the way.

Resources
We provide our services by following the below mentioned practices:

• Business Transformation;
• Process Excellence;
• Enterprise Architecture Consulting;
• Customer Relationship Management;
• Supply Chain Management;
• Human Capital Management;
• Governance, Risk and Compliance;
• Finance and Accounting;

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