Promantra a leading Healthcare BPO & IT Services organization today celebrated its 10th anniversary. It provides Revenue Cycle management software and services to US based Physician Groups, Hospitals, and Skilled Nursing facilities. The company began its operations in the year 2003 with just 5 employees and has since then grown many times over and has established a strong presence in the US Healthcare Industry. Headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, PROMANTRA has expanded its presence all across United States over the past decade.
Today, PROMANTRA helps US healthcare providers to garner more revenue, reduce their costs, operate efficiently with its unmatched revenue cycle management software and services, its platform based BPO services provide real value and is delivering results that are far exceeding client's expectations.
Headed by Mr. Sai Giridhar, its President & CEO, who has over 25 years of vast and varied experience, PROMANTRA is now poised for some exponential growth. Sai Giridhar in his address to PROMANTRA's employees said, "Eternity - PROMANTRA's 10th Anniversary is one of the key milestones for the organization. Ten years ago, we launched PROMANTRA with the mindset that we should create a world class company, develop and attract the most talented people in the industry, build superior products and services, a great work culture, and I think we have accomplished all of it. PROMANTRA has demonstrated over the last 10 years that nothing is impossible and we look forward to continuing that Spirit, Culture and our innate pursuit for perfection. I am immensely proud to be leading a team of highly talented and smart people who strive for perfection every day and relentlessly work to deliver incredible services to our clients."
Sai added, "To PROMANTRA's employees and customers, current and future, it has been a wonderful decade of achievements. I thank you for your dedication and loyalty to PROMANTRA and to our commitment to achieving excellence. We have done amazing things together, but the best is still yet to come."