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JammuCriticalRiversets stage to become 100% Employee-Owned

CriticalRiversets stage to become 100% Employee-Owned


Tawi: CriticalRiver Inc., a leading solutions provider, has announced its transition to becoming a 100% employee-owned company. This significant milestone underscores CriticalRiver's commitment to fostering a of customer-centricity, employee empowerment, and shared success. As an employee-owned enterprise, CriticalRiver embarks on a new chapter where every team member has a stake in the company's future. With over 1,000 employees across nine global locations, this strategic move reinforces the company's commitment to retaining its top talent. According to the Harvard Review, businesses with at least 30% employee ownership tend to be more productive, experience faster growth, and have a lower likelihood of going out of business compared to their counterparts. Commenting on the milestone, Anji Maram, Founder & CEO of CriticalRiver Inc., said, “This strategic move is more than a milestone; it's a testament to our confidence in our team and our collective future. Aligning with our visionary goal, we are setting the stage for propelling CriticalRivertowards revenues of $500 million by 2030 and achieving our Initial Public Offering (IPO) vision thereafter. The ESOP further reinforces our commitment to innovation and excellence, ensuring unwavering customer confidence. This strategic shift underscores our unwavering commitment to bolstering client confidence, and we're further reinforcing the founders' and management's steadfast dedication to nurturing the organization's growth.” Mr. Chandra Chandragiri, CFO of CriticalRiver Inc., expressed enthusiasm about the new journey, emphasizing the strategic decision as a testament to their faith in their employees, who are now more than ever the pillars of the company's success. “For clients, this transition promises not only improved service quality but also a partnership model where employees are deeply invested in satisfying clients and meeting their expectations. This alignment fosters better customer service, innovative solutions to client needs, and a shared sense of purpose in achieving mutual success. By transitioning to 100% employee ownership, we are embracing the potency of collective ownership to cultivate a productive team and also reaffirming our commitment to cultivating lasting client relationships.”

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