ALLY CONSULTING Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding

Overview

Location:
Denver, CO USA
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Energy/Oil
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Lead Investor(s):N/A
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Revenue & Financials

  • ALLY CONSULTING's revenue is currently $34.7M per year.
  • ALLY CONSULTING's revenue per employee is $433125

Employee Data

  • ALLY CONSULTING has 80 Employees.
  • ALLY CONSULTING grew their employee count by 25% last year.
  • ALLY CONSULTING currently has 1 job openings.

What Is ALLY CONSULTING?

Ally Consulting is an independently owned and operated provider of outsourced engineering, technology solutions, consultant on-site supervision services and contingent workers to the oil and gas industry. Finding the right people for the job and doing what is best for our employees, consultants, and our customers is paramount to our business model. Superior customer service, unparalleled technical expertise, and extraordinary talent have helped us become a leader in today's market. Our day-to-day revolves around taking care of our clients and our people! We truly believe that if we care about our clients, employees, and consultants, they will take care of us in return. We are always seeking well-qualified candidates to work with our oil and gas partners. To begin: Please email your resume to careers@allyenergyservices.com - or - Complete our online application and we will contact you promptly. http://allyenergyservices.com/submit-resume/

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80

Number of Employees

$34.7M

Revenue (est)

1

Current Jobs

25%

Employee Growth %

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Total Funding

N/A

Valuation

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Accelerator

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Type

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