John Goullet is an amazing business leader and invaluable member of the Diversant LLC Leadership Board. He is a former graduate of Ursinus college as well as the owner and founder of Info Technologies which merged with Diversant back in 2010 to form Diversant LLC. Prior to joining Diversant LLC, John Goullet entered IT staffing in 1994 when he switched from IT consulting. This means that he knows all sides of the IT solutions equation. He knows the consultant, the client, and the placement firm like the back of his hand and his experience is a core factor to Diversant LLC’s success.
Another strong contributor to Diversant LLC’s success comes in the form of commitment to values. The company will always treat potential IT consultants with respect, always value their diverse heritage and insights, and always seek the proper placement for their skills instead of force new training on them. This very fair and upfront manner of IT staffing has led to many years of happy consultants and happy clients across numerous industries. It isn’t an exaggeration to say that Diversant LLC has assisted in some of the U.S. economies more important industrial sectors growing their IT capabilities. These sectors include banking, financial services, energy, government, insurance, telecommunication, and manufacturing to specify only a few sectors that Diversant LLC has worked with.
As the Principal Executive on the Leadership Board, it is John Goullet’s job to monitor and tweak these successful practices as the company continues into the future. When concerns and challenges are brought to the board’s attention, he is a key member in sharing insight too. However, Mr. Goullet’s time isn’t solely taken up by the Leadership Board since some of that time goes to charitable organizations such as STAR and NOVA. These two organizations focus on providing fast-tracked education and career paths for veterans to enter into the information technology field with a computer science degree or other relevant certificates. This is done as a way to fill the dire need to competent IT consultants and repay the veterans.