ASIRT
ASIRT, as part of its monthly activities, recently hosted a tech day at Mumbai. In line with the association’s objective to offer significant business opportunities to partner members, Tata Teleservices ltd., ACCOPS and Shree Maat Computers were present to share their innovations with the members.

The event began with sponsor presentations by Ajay Parekh, CEO of Shree Maat Computers, followed by Narendra Joshi, Deputy GM – Enterprise Business, Tata Teleservices Ltd., and concluded by Mohan Bhat, Co-Founder & MD of ACCOPS. The presentations offered valuable business and growth opportunities and were enthusiastically received by the members, ASIRT said in a statement.

While speaking of the opportunity to present his company’s services to ASIRT fellow members, Parekh said, “ASIRT is doing crucial work for the SI and IT retail community and I am honored to be a part of this association. As an entrepreneur, I chose to showcase my new products and services to this group as I feel it is an ideal platform that allows the opportunity for transparent and collaborative business growth and I wish to explore these with my fellow ASIRT members.”

“The telecom sector in India is estimated to be a 13,000 Cr market and is driven primarily through a service-oriented approach. The ASIRT is an ideal platform for us to explore probable franchise opportunities as most members here are SME’s with established network in areas where brand sales managers cannot reach. We are looking to foster long term association with ASIRT and hope to cross a 150 Cr business target in the first year, with ASIRT members,” said, Joshi.

“ASIRT is a very good platform for showcasing our new products and solutions as the members are enthusiastic, have a very close eye on the new technologies and are eager to explore new growth opportunities. We aim to forge long terms partnerships with ASIRT and its members so as to offer best innovative solutions while expanding our reach,” said Bhat.

After the insightful sponsor presentations, the Chairman, Jiten Mehta, convened a meeting of the Consortium leaders to discuss the progress of the Chairman’s Club mentorship program.