The National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA), in partnership with Hilton Worldwide and American Airlines, is proud to announce that Bede Ramcharan, owner of Indatatech, is the 2015 Minority Vetrepreneur of the Year®.
Ramcharan is a shining example of how military experience translates into leadership success in entrepreneurship,” NaVOBA President Chris Hale said. “His dedication and commitment to quality personify why Corporate America places such value on partnering with veteran-owned businesses.”
Ramcharan left the military after 20 years of service in the U.S. Army, a career he fully intended to utilize in order to receive a scholarship, and nothing more. However, Ramcharan says he “just kept having fun,” so he stayed with the military long enough to become a lieutenant colonel, learning how to be an outstanding leader along the way.
Founded in 2000, Indatatech (which stands for Instant Data Technologies) is a full-service management and consulting company specializing in supply-chain processes, procurement, and logistics management services. Today, Indatatech has a global presence, providing its services to organizations all over the U.S. and across the world. With locations in San Antonio, Houston, New Hampshire, Germany, and soon in Washington D.C., Indatatech has grown exponentially, with revenues growing by almost 300 percent from 2012 to 2014.