It was 2009 when Jeet and four other founders took the initiative to start something more than just a business. They embraced the commitment to build a platform for “Creating Abundance” and to show up powerfully in life. From that, In Time Tec was born.
Topics: professional development, values, collaboration, Pricing, business, brand, growth, culture, Public Sector, partnership, Technology, product management, Sharing Abundance, development
The state of the nation’s roads and bridges has been in the news recently. Aging roadways and failing bridges are causing safety and economic issues for the country. This backlog of aging infrastructure is the result of deferred maintenance, which the Statement of Federal Financial Accounting Standards 40 defines as:
Topics: Software, legacy system modernization, Public Sector
When In Time Tec co-founder and CEO Jeet Kumar first moved to the United States at 27 years old, he landed in LA with $120 in his pocket. He was in a small apartment with a few other people in similar situations: fresh off a plane, armed with years of education and experience in the tech field, and working with a recruiter to find jobs stateside. There was no telling where Jeet would end up; a job could come up in small-town Maryland or at a high-rise in California. It was dependent on the recruiter and the companies they were working with. Within a few months, Jeet got a call. “There is an opportunity at HP, Inc. in Boise, Idaho.” He packed up what little he had with him and moved to the Treasure Valley. It was here where his kids were born, where he built a life and a family. It was here Jeet built a community and networked. It was at HP where he met Dan Puga, who would eventually become his business partner and co-founder of In Time Tec. Dan grew up in Greenleaf, about an hour outside Boise. He met his wife in kindergarten and they (very much later) married and started a family in Nampa.
Topics: Idaho, Public Sector