Founded in 2002, Resolvit, LLC is an established IT and management consulting firm with more than 200 total staff members. Our five US offices are located in Tysons Corner, VA (Washington, DC Metropolitan Area), Raleigh/Durham, NC, Cincinnati, OH, the Silicon Valley, CA, and New Orleans, LA. The company has a near-shore development center and branch office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well three solution centers located in Raleigh/Durham, Cincinnati, and Tysons Corner. Our National Practice includes consultants in cities such as Stamford, CT, Atlanta, GA, and Austin, TX.
We specialize in customized business and technical solutions in several key areas, including: business intelligence, enterprise application delivery and support, quality assurance, IT process improvement, knowledge management, and customer relationship management. We combine the deep experience and bench strength of a large consulting firm with the flexibility and responsiveness of a smaller, customer-driven operation.
Resolvit’s professionals do more than analyze situations and propose solutions – they turn insight into action by designing, building, and implementing solutions to improve customers’ business performance and profitability.
In August, 2014, Resolvit was recognized in Inc. Magazine’s listing of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in America. This is the third year in a row and the fourth year in Resolvit’s 13-year history that the company was honored with inclusion in this competitive listing.
Take your career to the next level with Resolvit. We've grown 68% over the last five years and have been incldued on the Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest-growing companies four times. How? We hire the best in their fields -- results-focused professionals with the skills to achieve project goals across multiple industries.
We work with you to build and define a career path that is supported by appropriate training to help you expand and update your skills. Whether you are working within one of our solution centers or at a client site, you are empowered to influence the decisions and solutions that bring success to our customers. As a Resolvit employee, you are an invaluable part of a team working hand-in-hand with technology leaders in some of the world's most reputable companies.
At Resolvit, you’ll be given the support you need to grow in your career. In addition to opportunities for advancement and ongoing training, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes: medical, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance; long-term and short-term disability coverage; 401(k) retirement plan with employer matching; options for tuition reimbursement; referral bonuses; and opportunities to network with other professionals in your field. Our bench program enables our consultants to brainstorm new solutions or build their careers by exploring opportunities in new industries or other areas of the country.
I have been working at Resolvit full-time (Less than a year)
Most consulting firms treat their consultants as assets. I've had my fair share of these. But Resolvit has a true interest in the stability, happiness and growth of their consultants. Their regular engagement with me ascertains their loyalty which nurtures my desire to grow our company. I recommend Resolvit to both consultants and clients. Happy people generate great results!
I would like to see Resolvit grow on the west coast.
Advice to Management
Have you considered creating collaborative forums to share knowledge or success, or ask a question to other Resolvit consultants? Or mentorship to increase the value of our consultant pool?
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Resolvit (Raleigh, NC).
I came to their office to learn more about this contract position and brought a resume. They were meeting with the hiring manager later that afternoon. They told me that one of the skills listed was a "nice to have," not a "must have." When I didn't hear anything for a few days, I followed up with the recruiter. She said the manager had decided that they are only considering candidates with that skill, so then I could not be considered for the job. That's okay. I get that. So fast forward to a couple of months later. I had a conversation with a former co-worker. The job they applied for here sounded identical. In fact, I am sure it was the same job because of the description they gave, the company, and the timing. They told this person the same thing about this skill that they told me at first. They said it was a "nice to have". This person had no experience with this skill either. Funny thing is that this person got an interview with the hiring manager. So was the skill actually not a requirement, and there was some other reason I was not considered? If so, that is what they should've told me. If not, then I should've at least been considered for the job. Not sure what the deal was, but it makes me not trust this company.