Backed by over 20 years of experienced and trusted team with expertise in system/hardware and ASIC/FPGA development, verification and validation for safety-critical designs, Alpha-Numero serves niche area of electronics and semiconductor and embedded product design in the aerospace industry. While most of the service companies are specialize in vanilla software and mechanical engineering, Alpha-Numero specializes in hardware design, development, prototyping, system architecture, integration, system requirements capture/ allocations, testing—collectively called Complex Electronic Hardware (CEH).
The success of a business heavily relies on the contentment of two parameters: the customers and the employees
“Customers in the aerospace industry prefer to deal with a trusted partner. Aligned with this preference, our skilled team of experts delivers a robust model of engagement. Organizations trust us because they believe that more to we being a partner or vendor but we are part of their development eco system. Our team delivers new ideas to the customers on time, with great quality, and at a reasonable cost,” extols Mitra.
For instance, Alpha-Numero’s team assisted a client in the aerospace industry in a development process. Based on an intensive study, Alpha-Numero was interested in the customer’s project and decided to invest about 50 percent for the phase I. The team then submitted a completely transparent proposal with the number of hours, timeline, and the rate. Mitra explains, “The customer was completely surprised and then rightfully convinced that our quotation was perfectly aligned with theirs; with much justified reduced contingency budgeted in the price which was significantly lower than that of our competitors .”
Alpha-Numero’s value proposition is not just limited to business but also workings based on ethical values and outstanding employee engagement. “Most of the engineers working with us have been a part of togetherness for over ten years. This reflects our commitment to clients, focus to success, and thereby not necessarily only to making money. I always strive and work to be an authentic leader. Money matters, but it doesn’t mean it should be at the cost of human values. While developing our skills and expanding our reach, our aim is to create and add value to human life,” concludes Mitra.