Mr. Goullet’s career began as an IT consultant before his way up as an IT staffing expert. Later on, in 1994, he started his own IT staffing firm, Info Technologies. At Info Technologies, Mr. Goullet strived to understand the corporate IT staffing industry while addressing specific IT problems experienced by his customers. He matched his personality, commitment, and skills to meet customers’ needs.
Under his helm, Info Technologies grew to an internationally recognized organization, having featured twice on the list of the fastest growing enterprises nationwide. With clear understanding of market trends, Mr. Goullet would provide IT staffing services to Fortune 500 companies across the United States. Within five years, Info Technologies was valued at $30 million, earning it a top ten position on the list of the fastest growing startups in America. Nonetheless, John Goullet’s, Info Technologies merged with Gene Waddy’s DIVERSANT Inc., to form DIVERSANT LLC.
DIVERSANT LLC is the US’ largest African-American held IT staffing firm. The company reflects Goullet’s professional expertise, personality, and commitment to providing quality services to address diverse, complex IT staffing challenges. DIVERSANT LLC has built an excellent reputation as a responsive IT staffing firm among Fortune 500 companies. In fact, the firm continues to experience drastic growth, even during the economic depression.
Recently, DIVERSANT has formed an advisory board to guide and advise the company’s management. The board comprises of senior executives such as business experts and industry leaders not involved in the routine operations of the company. The board council’s the company’s management regarding commercial development and strategic planning.
Mr. Goullet has been in business for over 22 years. The idea came after realizing that IT staffing was a low-barriers-to-entry venture. Mr. Goullet brings his ideas to light by concentrating on what is happening in the labor markets. As such, he founded Info Technologies after realizing that there was a shortage of IT professionals in the United States.