Chairman and CEO
" The moment you think you know it all, you stop growing. Develop the passion for learning, be a life-long learner. "
Russell Sarder co-founded NetCom Information Technology (www.netcominfo.com) in 1997 with a mission to help IT professionals get the best training to be effective in their careers. Differentiating NetCom with a focus on client excellence, Mr. Sarder has led NetCom to be recognized as a technical training leader. Today, NetCom.s success is driven by its successful alignment with industry leaders such as Microsoft, where Mr. Sarder in less than a decade brought NetCom to the global arena as Microsoft.s Worldwide Learning Solutions Partner in 2007.
NetCom is a profitable, award-winning training leader that provides a wide variety of services to clients from over 20 major IT vendors. NetCom offers training solutions for more than 1000 technical, application and project management courses to Fortune 500 companies, businesses, government agencies and individuals. NetCom.s leading subject matter experts provide authorized hands-on education in the latest technologies from leading vendors including Adobe, Autodesk, Check Point, Cisco, Citrix, CIW, CompTia, EC-Council, EMC, Intel, ITIL, Linux Institute, Microsoft, Novell, Oracle, PMI, SOX and Zend.
Mr. Sarder.s fundamental understanding of the processes associated with applying technology products to achieve real-world business objectives, led to the in-house development of a highly customized Central Management System (CMS) that has fuelled the growth for NetCom by streamlining operations, increasing productivity and profitability and providing unparalleled customer service. NetCom was named as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US by Inc. 5000 in 2008.
Drawing upon his extensive knowledge of technology and his entrepreneurial spirit, Mr. Sarder published Technology & Training Magazine, aimed at bringing information about technology advancements and views from top executives down to the IT professionals and end-users. The magazine has featured articles from top IT brass including Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Cisco CEO John Chambers.