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1. The debt burden that the company has as measured by its Interest coverage (current year).
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••3. Consistency of the profitability
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Business Description

Industry: Business Services » Business Services
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Zanett Inc. was incorporated in Delaware. Zanett is an information technology Company that provides customized IT solutions to Fortune 500 Corporations and mid-market companies. The Company also provided solutions to classified government agencies. Its overarching mission is to provide custom solutions that exceed client expectations, are delivered on time and within budget, and achieve superior results. The Company provides commercial solutions through its wholly-owned subsidiaries: Back Bay Technologies, Inc., ('BBT'), INRANGE Consulting Corporation('ICC'), Whitbread Technology Partners, Inc. ('WTP'). The Company provides full lifecycle, end-to-end business solutions. These include services to initiate, develop and implement e-business systems, application development, project management, business analysis, architecture design, package customization, testing and quality assurance and implementation management, implementation of ERP, supply chain management ('SCM') and customer relationship management ('CRM') systems, and voice and data communications network integration solutions that include the provision of hardware, peripheral equipment and telecommunications lines for voice and data communications networks as well as related security and design services. The Company Employs a multi-dimensional organic growth strategy that seeks to provide new solutions to existing customers, current solutions to new customers, and new solutions to new customers. The Company believes all three of these approaches are dependent on three elements: forming deep, trusted relationships between its professional staff and customer management; constantly broadening the solution and skill sets at its disposal and unburdening professional staff from those day-to-day operational activities that do not directly relate to solutions delivery. The Company's customers consist mainly of small to large businesses needing IT solutions, such as strategy and systems architecture consulting, business application development, systems implementation and integration, systems engineering and technical assistance and IT communications hardware and peripheral equipment. The Company competes with numerous large companies that have greater market presence and financial, technical, marketing and other resources than the Company has, such as Accenture, Cap Gemini, Ernst & Young, IBM Global Services, Keane, KForce and MPS Group.

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