How We Do It !

Grow your business using intelligent IT solutions




We call our people Umacsites and have imbibed in them one non-negotiable value, they win when (and only when) the customer wins. Our customers comes to us because they have a business problem and our job is to give our best in helping them to solve there problem. As we grow our team, we have invested in systems and processes that empower us to institutionalize the culture and values of the founders to each and every single member of our team.

While Umacs crisscross the technology landscape and straddle multiple platforms with ease, you will find each one of them committed to achieving certifications and accreditations to demonstrate their expertise, learning process and methods that provide predictability to their customer delivery and innovativeness that uses technology platforms but does not get shackled by technology.


Our people collaborate with each other and customers on projects across all time-zones of the connected world of today to deliver solutions to our customers. Umacs has nurtured a strong process-driven culture to bring predictability and visibility to the work we do.

We use PMBOK® Guide(Project Management Body of Knowledge) from Project Management Institute (PMI®) as our basic framework for planning, executing and delivering projects to our customers. Most customer organizations recognize or adhere to this framework and thus, there is an immediate rapport between the stakeholders at both ends via a common language.


Umacs has one of the highest technology investments per employee in the industry. We house or access technologies from Microsoft, Java (Oracle), IBM and a large array of open source technology tools and systems. As part of our Advanced Services, we build architecture and prototypes in many Portals, Content Management, Data Warehousing and development environments to prove the concept to our customers so they can make better and more informed decisions. We are constantly engaged in studying and predicting technology trends and how it impacts our customer’s architecture, obsolescence, capital spending, migration and perhaps more important, competitive strengths.