International Technology Partners LLC plans to hire about 10 people within four months. Chief executive H.P. Asghar talked with The Post's Kate Wichmann.

QWhat does your company do?

AWe provide executives with strategic information about their company's core competencies and what aspects of the business can be outsourced.

What would your employees say were the best reasons for working at your company?

It boils down to partnering with best-of-breed global entities on innovative products and services. We have the brightest minds here and this interests them. This is a very professional atmosphere that is mutually respectful of people. We have an open-door policy and have an atmosphere where everyone feels like family.

What sense of stability can your company offer job candidates?

We're a company that is not economy-driven. When the economy is doing well, we help our clients expand. We help them find the resources through belt tightening to expand. When the economy isn't doing well, companies can't afford to make mistakes, and we help them find their core competencies.

What are the demographics of your company?

Women are about one-third of our employees, and we're about 55 to 60 percent minority. Our three-person executive team has one woman and two minorities. Our average age is about 34.

What positions do you have available and what level of expertise do you want?

We're looking for senior business development directors with at least 10 years of experience who will be based in this area and work to develop global business in different regions. We need one person for the West Coast, one for the East Coast, one for the Midwest, one for Central America, one for South America, two for Europe, two for Asia and one for the Pacific Rim. Applicants must be comfortable talking to clients at the executive level.

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