About – “Gettin’ had; Gettin’ took; I tell you folks – It’s harder than it looks” (Bon Scott, 1976)


Randeep Dosanjh might not have seen it coming but he knew what he was going to be at a young age and so did most anyone who knew him. When Randy wasn’t playing soccer for Wesburn FC, wasn’t at swimming lessons or playing Hardball for Renfrew Heights he was doing all that on his computer at home. When his grades started to slip, his parents enrolled him in a private school where he did his first book report  (Randy was 14) on a book his father gave him called “The Wealthy Barber” by David Chilton. Over some years after high school he didn’t like school but he still went and became an Alumni of Kwantlen Polytechnic University and of a Cisco Alumni when his father gave him the only other book he’d ever received from his father, “New York Institute Guide to Investing” by Michael Steinberg. At the age of 4 he got his first computer and then these books and Randy says now that “by the time I was half alive, I knew what I was going to be!”.

After his 3rd class in his Computer Information Systems program, he was working at Electronic Arts – After the second semester he had worked (and been fired) at Electronic Arts so it “took one step back and 2 steps forward” and started simultaneous internships at Business Objects (SAP) and Club Intrawest (Intrawest Corp.) while working at third blue chip firm for some money. Randy didn’t want to just be a technology kid, he wanted be in the business of helping businesses get to the top of their game using technology and business solutions. Randy’s ability to cold call, build relationships, strategically align himself with industry leaders within and around the Fortune 500 gave him the kind of education which didn’t come close to reflecting his modest university program. Pretty soon he was on the phone with people in upper management in the largest firms in the world.

At the age of 15, Randy went to work his first job at Fish Canary because he couldn’t get a job in retail and at that time, some Canadian restaurants did not let a lot of East Indian boys work to even wash dished or clean washrooms. At the age of 19, started out as a packager in a manufacturing plant, loading forklifts. At 24 he produced a business application in his bedroom and brought it to work. That year, he went from overalls to slacks and a shirt as an IT Aid in a Blue-Chip EU regulated firm – to cold calling hiring B and C level managers in Fortune 500 and government firms directly. Even on rare occasions leaving to do projects for other clients he managed to network with on his own to being placed by Vancouver’s top recruiters. With only success in his eyes, he even cold called a number of Directors, IT and Project Managers at places like one of largest financial institutions in North America finishing with the completion of multiple projects – most time without a head hunters. Regardless of the obstacle Randeep still had his eyes on helping future business and free-enterprise clients he had yet to work for. On rare occasions been told by some client managers he would never make it but Randeep pushed on to complete projects in at least 5 Fortune 500 firms before he was 30, started a holding division for his consulting practice, partner with Indian outsourcing teams, a big name-big box business partners like Microsoft and IBM. At one point in his early years, even started a recruitment business for head-hunting before he was 35 because a 3rd Party Recruiter said told Randy he would never placed.

With fire in his eyes, from starting his own Blue-Chip contracting and consulting practice, a recruitment business, sales and marketing channels with the largest tech companies in the world to building relationships with the free-enterprise giants, no one had to show him how to provide the most to his clients with partners like Microsoft, IBM, Oracle Corp, Lenovo, Hostway Corp and supporting Covenant House of Vancouver which supports kids in the East Vancouver area he grew up in his promise to himself and his partners to be the last stop before you need to look any further.

Project Consulting is about getting the job done, one step at a time – even if that step requires a waterfall approach. As a Management and Technology professional we’ve had projects spanning 6 business sectors, spanning projects in more than 10 Fortune 500 firms, at least 2 Government areas and more than 6 years with a previously European Union regulated firm which is still one of the largest of its kind in the world. Randeep Dosanjh and Partners hope to bring value to your team. Some sectors Randy has done work in are Manufacturing and Distribution, Time-Share and Real Estate, video gaming, utilities, financial and banking as well as Research and Development as well as public and private sectors. Randeep has partnered close to recruitment firms, technology, financial and other businesses which align well with his practical and ethical style to be unbiased in thier approach to providing equal opportunity, great customer service and working with linear and vertical partners with the same thinking while being socially responsible to communities in need without a lot of spotlight. Modest, Reliable, Profitable and Socially Responsible – you don`t need to ask those of us, it`s why Randeep and his partners are in business.


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