IMCS Group COO Mustafa Khan sets high expectations for himself and ambitious plans for IMCS Group — and he makes quick work of those goals, repeatedly setting the bar ever higher.
Having joined the firm in 2011, he helped develop IMCS into an IT consulting firm and eventually a staffing provider. With Khan on board, the company has grown from a two-person firm to a holding company with several divisions, $33 million in 2021 revenue and a footprint in five countries. IMCS projects revenue to hit $50 million this year, and Khan envisions hitting $100 million by early 2024.
Following 152% year-over-year revenue growth in 2018, Khan pushed the IT-focused company into additional sectors, including healthcare, administrative and professional services. And when the pandemic hit, he found success with a new healthcare division. Driven and goal-oriented, Khan credits his success to hard work, good mentors and a desire to learn. He also found a sweet spot providing midsize businesses — which typically are underserved by the larger providers — with personnel with expertise in niche technologies. In addition, he developed an organizational structure with competency units dedicated to specific skill sets.
Khan remains focused on continued success and gets inspiration from CEOs from established tech giants. “Looking at various leaders in the industry has given me that assurance that even I can get there,” he says. “I am definitely inspired by the work they have done, and I want to go on the same path, but I want to improvise that path as well.”