Laughguru Vaibhav Devanathan CEO of Laugh out Loud

Humour takes grip of ASIRT members in Tech Day

Mumbai based Association of System Integrators & Retailers in Technology (ASIRT) recently organised Tech day event for its members. The knowledge packed event with added flavour of humour not only inspired the members but also enlighten them on new business opportunities.

ASIRT invited two industry veterans in its June Tech day event organised on 26th June. Vaibhav Devanathan, founder of LaughGuru and Laugh Out Loud Ventures and Major General Ajay Saxena thrilled the audience in the event.

Vaibhav Devanathan, a gold medallist IITian inspired the audience to look beyond the traditional things and search unique ways of doing the things. Another veteran speaker, Major General Ajay Saxena talked about the hardship of Army soldiers and the sacrifice they make for the country. His key message was to bring out the key attributes of a great leader to inspire members to rise above the ordinary with courage and leading from the front.

In its sponsored session, Cloudleap presented its set of backup, business continuity and disaster recovery solutions; an entire new set of solutions for ASIRT members to offer to their customers. Promising total commitment, higher margins and high quality of support, Cloudleap co-founders Srikant Sreenivasan and Amod Phadke showed the live demo of their offerings. They also announced various schemes for ASIRT members to get kick started with their solutions as well as white labelled services.

After the presentation, Kunhar Peripherals unveiled their new logo of ARTIS brand of products. The company showcased a range of Artis solar power and smart accessories in the event.

Kshitij Kotak, president of ASIRT said that the ASIRT Techdays is slowly turning into transformation vehicles for the System Integrator and Retail community.

“ASIRT has successfully been able to help members evolve their business and chart new paths. Being an ASIRT member is about partnering, collaboration, business opportunities and profitability in business of technology”, said Kotak.

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