Previously an engineer at General Motors Corporation, focused on the design of the company’s sleek Corvette, Islam credits his experience in building and design as a springboard that helped him create Zantech in 2007. “I feel Zantech has evolved in many ways. I started as a one-person Information Technology business, and slowly, I hired our experienced management team,” he told “The Suit.”
Zantech has a keen grip on IT modernization, keeping up-to-date on common trends and emerging technologies. They offer clients a multitude of IT solutions, including software engineering, data and network management, portal systems and disaster recovery.
The company, which caters exclusively to the federal government, extends their services to the Departments of Homeland Security, Defense, Education, and Agriculture, and is even helping NASA create a website geared towards children interested in the science of the stars.
Zantech works hand-in-hand with both the U.S. Navy and Air Force, equipping service members with innovative technology allowing them to connect with each other and access information on portable mobile devices.
Islam is focused on the needs of his customers, hoping to broaden his reach on the commercial business level. “The number one priority for Zantech is outstanding customer service,” he said. Recognized by “Inc. Magazine” as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S., Zantech ranks #21 on the list of top 500 companies.
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