We’re proud to share that 10Pearls Founder & CEO, Imran Aftab, has been named a “Tech Titan” by The Washingtonian.
Imran, who was recently an EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, joins a select group of fewer than 200 people who the Washingtonian describes as “a group of power players, innovators, networkers, lobbyists, and government officials who proved resilient in these uncertain times.”
Entrepreneurship during difficult times
Imran was listed in the ‘Entrepreneurs’ category of Washingtonian’s Tech Titans list with fellow entrepreneurs, such as Matt Calkins, Founder & CEO of Appian; Sid Banerjee, co-Founder of Clarabridge; Susan Tynan, Framebridge Founder & CEO; Michael Chasen, Class Technologies CEO; Carolyn Parent, LiveSafe CEO, and Steve Trundle, CEO at Alarm.com.
During times of crisis, innovation and entrepreneurship play a vital role in the world. Entrepreneurs don’t just identify unmet needs and create meaningful solutions; they signal a commitment to recovery and spark optimism in our society.
Disrupted enterprises turn to digital transformation
According to Washingtonian, digital transformation may be the buzziest words in business — and with good reason.
2020 fast-tracked the need for digital transformation across industries. In just a few months, the pandemic brought about years’ worth of change in the way companies do business. Organizations big and small had to rethink all aspects of operations, from employee management and productivity to product and software development.
While COVID-19 brought a historic level of disruption to the world, it also showed us that we can develop solutions and transform faster than we ever thought possible.
At 10Pearls, we’re ready to help you face these uncertain times with confidence and guide you on your digital transformation journey. Learn more about our services here.