UAE-based ASCELA has inked a partnership with Quantum Leap, a boutique consulting firm from Abu Dhabi.
As part of the agreement,ASCELA and Quantum Leap will work in tandem on joint consulting engagements across the region, encompassing a wide range of areas such as supply chain optimisation, technology integration, sustainability initiatives, and strategic planning.
Founded in 2018, ASCELA has a team of around 50 staff across its offices in Dubai and New Delhi. The consulting firm helps its clients with strategic, organisational, and financial matters, with a focus on the infrastructure, transportation, sports, and logistics sectors.
Liudmila Prozorova (Quantum Leap) and Sudeshna Dixit (ASCELA)
Freshly rebranded Quantum Leap (formerly known as Apex International Consultancy) is a consultancy focused on business process engineering, operations and process-based transformations.
“The partnership will see ASCELA and Quantum Leap pool their resources and networks to deliver holistic solutions that cater to the diverse needs of businesses operating in the region,” said Nivesh Chaudhary, Managing Director of ASCELA.
Focused mainly on the supply chain and logistics domain, ASCELA and Quantum Leap state that by working together, they can serve as a stronger force in helping companies deal with the unprecedented challenges they are currently facing in the space. This includes topics such as supply chain disruptions, inflation, difficulties in raw materials sourcing, and reshoring from China.
“We can not only guide companies through these complexities, but also provide tailored solutions that can help them realise operational efficiency and resilience,” Chaudhary said.
The two companies will also team up to work on joint commercial prospects, as well as for knowledge sharing initiatives.
Liudmila Prozorova, CEO of Quantum Leap said: “The collaboration between ASCELA and Quantum Leap is set to make waves in the consultancy landscape, setting new benchmarks for excellence and redefining the possibilities within the dynamic and ever-expanding world of supply chain and logistics.”