Hitesh Jain Joins the Southern States University Board of Trustees

We’re pleased to announce Hitesh Jain, CCS Global Tech’s Finance Director, has joined Southern States University’s (SSU) Board of Trustees.

Community Outreach Spotlight: India Vision Foundation

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Reflecting on 2020

Although this holiday season is muted, CCS Global Tech founder and CEO, Raminder Singh, reflects on what was good in 2020.

CCS Global Tech’s Government Division: Celebrating Recent Wins

Recent wins by CCS Global Tech’s Government division reveal that there is more to IT consulting than meets the eye.

CCS Global Tech on Navigating COVID-19

With the help of the CCS Management Team, Raminder has kept CCS Global Tech and its divisions on an even keel and moving forward despite all the hurdles the coronavirus has presented. Here’s a look at what Raminder faced, how he navigated the circumstances, and the takeaways that all of us can use going forward.

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CCS Global Tech’s First Annual Avocado Day

A Fun-Filled Success!

Creamy, buttery, and gorgeously green, avocados are a major California crop; 90% of the U.S. crop comes from California. 40% of California’s avocados come from the San Diego area, which is home to CCS Global Tech’s headquarters.  

It’s also where our founder, Raminder Singh, lives. An avid gardener and orchardist, Raminder grows an array of fruit trees, including avocado. He usually sends his organically-grown crop to market for commercial consumption.  

Not this year. 

Whereas most growers looked at this year’s crop as an edible commodity, Raminder saw something different. He saw an opportunity. He decided his avocados had a greater purpose. This year, his avocado harvest would bring people together and support local community organizations. His vision? Give away bags of his organically grown avocados and ask the recipients to donate to local groups supporting Poway’s seniors, youth, and Veterans. 

Voila. Avocado Day was born. 

Held at Poway Memorial Park on Saturday, February 29th, Raminder’s vision came to life. Thanks to a jovial band of volunteers, banners were raised, 25,000 pounds of avocados were unloaded, bags were filled, and the first annual Avocado Day kicked off. Six local nonprofits participated: VETERANS EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE OF SAN DIEGO COUNTYClassics 4 KidsSTAR/PALPoway Senior CenterUs4Warriors Foundation, and Best Buddies International. Over the course of the four-hour event, 800 people visited, participated and went home smiling with their avocados. What fruit was left at the end of the day (not much!) was donated to a local foodbank. 

If you’ve spent any time with Raminder or entered the CCS Global Tech environment, you know community involvement is a vital thread weaving its way through Raminder’s life and the company’s corporate culture. The company has strong ties with organizations around the world working to combat poverty, improve education and healthcare, foster skills development, support community welfare, and benefit underprivileged children. The Avocado Day event is an extension of this underlying ethos. 

For all those who came to Avocado Day, thank you. It was great to see you. We’ll look for you at our next event. To all the volunteers and local organizations who made the event happen, a big thanks. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated. And to Raminder, a grateful thank you. Without your vision, leadership and avocados, this great day wouldn’t have become a reality. 

Interested in learning more about CCS Global Tech? Curious to know more about our community engagement? Visit the About Us and Community Engagement pages.

Avocado Giveaway Charity Event (Poway, CA)

CCS Global Tech to host avocado giveaway to support local charities Saturday, February 29th in Old Poway Park

POWAY, Calif. – Feb. 12, 2020

CCS Global Tech is hosting an avocado giveaway Saturday, February 29th from 10am to 3pm at Old Poway Park. The public is invited to come by the park, get a bag of locally grown, organic avocados, and help support local charities. The event is free, but donations are requested. Proceeds will go to STAR/PAL, Best Buddies, Classics 4 Kids, us4warriors, Veteran Employment Committee, Junior Deputies Association, and Poway Senior Center.

The avocados are sourced from Raminder Singh, CCS Global Tech’s owner and founder, who grows them in his orchard near Poway. An avid gardener and orchardist, Mr. Singh is delighted to share his harvest with the community and support local nonprofit organizations.

To learn more, check out our event flyer at https://online.flippingbook.com/view/396943/.


Background

Headquartered in Poway, California, CCS Global Tech is a Certified Minority-Owned company with offices around the world. Specializing in innovative technology-based business solutions, the company also offers tech education programs for upcoming IT professionals and transitioning veterans, continuing education opportunities for individuals and organizations, and legal tech expertise via their Helm360 group.

A company with offices around the world, CCS Global Tech is keenly aware of community connections and actively cultivates diverse community outreach efforts, particularly those targeting poverty, education, healthcare and children’s welfare. The company supports many international nonprofit organizations as well as San Diego Sheriff Department’s Champion Camp and the Poway Titans Boys Lacrosse Team. Both organizations help local youth develop life and leadership skills, as well as fostering a sense of community.


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Happy New Year, 2020!

Wishing you good times, good cheer, and a memorable new year.

Hello CCS Global Tech and Helm360 clients, partners, family, and friends,  Amazingly, December is here again. Across the world, this month is a major holiday season. Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and the New Year have our neighborhoods ablaze with lights, holiday music filling the air, and everyone gathering to celebrate with family and friends. It’s a joyous time to count blessings. It’s also a time of reflection, gratitude, and looking forward.

In my seasonal reflection on CCS Global Tech’s journey, I’m pleased to report that it was a particularly big year for this company and the community that comprises it. I’d like to share some of our top highlights so you can celebrate with me! In the spirit of traditional end-of-year lists, here’s a recap of our biggest accomplishments in 2019.

Helm360

It was a busy and successful year for our Helm360 team. In addition to launching a Managed Services offering for Elite 3E customers and delivering a variety of large projects for customers across the globe, the team successfully kicked off a new ProLaw product partnership with Thomson Reuters for Termi, our AI-based BI chatbot solution for the legal market.

These exciting developments dovetail nicely with our TR Implementation Partner status and our new Data Extraction Service. To support the growing workload, we formed a new Consulting Services Team led by Skye Goodrich, which includes Thomson Reuters-assigned consultants and the Data Engineering group. Finally, the Helm360 team is proud to report that many top-tier law firms attended their first major client event hosted in London this past fall.

We opened a new office in San Isidro, Costa Rica this year. The wonderful team we’ve built there not only helps expand the company’s global presence but also allows us to further deepen our pool of professional IT expertise as well as position ourselves as part of the growing Costa Rican tech economy and community.

Learning Academy

The CCS Learning Academy continued to expand its offerings and reach this year. We are now providing technical and non-technical courses to over ten new government accounts, reaching over 250,000 government employees and giving them access to achieve their professional goals. Our CCS Learning Academy is deeply connected with the local communities we serve, and our Veteran Talent and Development Bootcamp is going strong. We have partnered with multiple Veteran community organizations nationwide to build a robust and diverse labor force, enhancing transitioning veterans in bridging the gap from armed service to our clients’ key IT projects. There is even more in store for the Learning Academy team in 2020.

Our Military and Veterans Program made significant strides this year. Most notably was their successful collaboration with Microsoft Software & Systems Academy to launch Veteran Talent Development Cohorts. They also sponsored the Annual Veterans Employment Committee Job & Resource Fair in San Diego, CA. On a day-to-day level, they continued to establish employer partnerships with military non-profits and training vendors as well as increasing their visibility in the community via professional development workshops for transitioning veterans. They also got many of us out of our chairs by encouraging us to participate in the Hire Heroes Run for Heroes 5k race.

Talent Development Program

Our Talent Development Program (TDP) also had a good year, a notable milestone being the initiation of the 100th batch of upcoming IT consultants! The TDP team developed a Student of the Month program to recognize outstanding candidates and worked hard to foster closer relationships with various universities. Due to the efforts of our trainers, the new People Relationship Managers, and other staff, our company rating from consultants has risen significantly!

Government

Finally, our IT consultants continue to do amazing work all over the world, and in 2019 we won several large contracts with the City and County of San Francisco, including major work at the San Francisco International Airport. Our new Government Division signed eleven Master Contract Agreements in the United States this year. The work includes professional IT services, staffing, consulting, and training for the State of Louisiana, Santa Clara County, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, and the City of Long Beach. Along with establishing other key partnerships, we also launch our Costa Rica support infrastructure for Government recruitment. This team is already on a roll, and they’re just getting started!


I’m happy to say that these successes have also brought new faces to our offices; the CCS family is growing! As we expand, our People Success Team has worked hard to improve our internal processes and keep our corporate culture vibrant, inclusive, and relevant. The Marketing and Communications team led by Arti Shama, our Director of Digital Strategy & Innovation, redesigned and launched our new website and is working to strengthen our digital presence even further. 

Looking back at 2019, I feel a great sense of pride and gratitude for all we have accomplished. To all our clients and partners: thank you for choosing to work with us. Using our talents to help you realize your dreams is truly gratifying, and we look forward to doing bigger and better things with you in the future. And to everyone at CCS Global Tech and Helm360: thank you for your dedication, talent, and creativity. You are the heart of this company.  

Happy holidays to all, and best wishes for the new year!

Sincerely,
Raminder Singh

Welcome to Our New Hires

We’re pleased to welcome new professionals to the CCS Global Tech and Helm360 family!

Marcella Khoshneviss is interning as a Business Development Coordinator with our Government Division. She holds an MBA from Southern States University and a certificate in Business Communications from the University of California in San Diego. She’ll be using her background in communications, marketing, and sales to further the division’s mission.

Ajit Narasimhan steps into the role of Senior Paralegal Immigration & Legal Support. A versatile and experienced legal professional, he brings a wealth of expertise in corporate and business law as well as the visa and immigration sectors to our knowledge pool. His legal work has been cited by numerous courts, and he’s also a tenured member of the Associated Press. We look forward to harnessing his strong leadership and problem-solving skills and tapping into his legal acumen.

John Neefe (“JR”) is Helm360’s new Conversion Consultant. JR brings a wide-ranging background to the team. His experience encompasses the aviation, transportation, finance, legal, and hospitality sectors. He’s held roles in operations analysis, compliance management, customized application creation, and, of course, data conversion. He comes to us from Thomas Reuters, where he was a Conversion Analyst for Elite 3E software.

Prashant Sharma is returning to Helm360 as a Financial Analyst. He previously worked in the company’s India office as a Management Accountant for around 7 years. Prashant moved to the U.K. in April 2019 to work at the Chartered Governance Institute (formerly known as the ICSA) in London. Prashant strongly believes in planning, focusing, and achieving goals, and we’re pleased to have him back!

Anbu Thangamuthu is joining both the CCS Global Tech and Helm360 teams as a Sales Director. His  16+ years in the IT industry includes managing various facets of delivery, sales, pre-sales, people management, and client relations. He’s well-versed in data centers, networks, security, end-user computing delivery, and account management, as well as developing sales strategies that leverage infrastructure technologies. A natural collaborator and leader, Anbu is adept at consistently leading multi-cultural and multi-national teams to high achievements. 

Wondering where these folks are located? Marcella, Ajit, and Anbu will be working with CCS Global Tech at its headquarters in Poway, CA. JR will be working with the Helm360 team from Florida. Prashant is in Helm360’s primary office in the U.K.