Mr Mookerji's company was honoured by Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2012 Pacesetter Awards. The organisation recognises the 50 fastest growing privately held Metro Atlanta companies capable of "taking business to the next level."
Based on its significant revenue and staff expansion in recent years, SPI grabbed the 20th position in the list showing names of total 50 companies. However, it is not easy for the companies to be noticed and nominated by Atlanta Business Chronicle.
To be considered for the Pacesetter Awards list, nominees must have been established in the first quarter of 2009 or earlier, experienced sales growth of more than 50 percent between 2009 and 2011, and achieved between $1-300 million in revenue in 2011.
After being nominated, Mr Mookerji said, "We are honored to be ranked among Atlanta’s leading companies in this year’s Pacesetter Awards, and we look forward to building on our recent growth by continuing to provide exceptional solutions and services that help our customers overcome their greatest retail challenges."
Discussing about the present situations of IT companies and competition in the market, Mr Mookerji also claimed, "As more retailers today face limited IT budgets, it is more critical than ever for these businesses to find the right retail partners to maximize their IT investments and scale with their evolving needs."
Mr Mookerji visits Mysore frequently. According to sources, he along with his family members always help people who are needs. His children - Sheena Mookerji and Shaunish Mookerji had raised funds and donated a wheelchair for disabled children of Sneha Kiran of Mysore Spastic Society.