The International Association for Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) has launched its Gujarat region chapter.
The chapter was inaugurated by Rajiv Sodhi, General Manager, Partner Ecosystem, Microsoft India. The launch was open to all Microsoft partners, associated with Microsoft technologies as developers, resellers, systems integrators, etc, in Gujarat region, and was attended by over 50 Microsoft partners from all over Gujarat.
Rajiv Sodhi, General Manager, Partner Ecosystem, Microsoft India said, “I am delighted to inaugurate the Gujarat chapter of IAMCP. Microsoft’s success depends on its partners and their innovative solutions which drive growth for our customers. The entrepreneurial energy in Gujarat is well known, and our partners are well placed to assist organizations, especially SMBs, in Gujarat adopt digital technologies to further grow their business. The IAMCP chapter will bring together partners to foster collaboration and sharing of best practices, which will contribute to both partner and customer success.”
Suresh Ramani, President, IAMCP India spoke on how partners can leverage IAMCP to grow their business, and the value of IAMCP especially with respect to partnering and learning. He also mentioned the special ‘Women in Technology’ (WIT) community, as well as diversity and inclusion initiatives by IAMCP as an association and how the member organizations are also embracing it.
The board of IAMCP Ahmedabad (Gujarat region) chapter comprises five key Microsoft partner organization’s executives to help build thriving partner ecosystem in Gujarat, the board members are Kartik Shah, Director, Bitscape, as President; Namrata Gupta, Co-Founder Synoverge, as Vice President; Vishal Vasu, Director Dev IT, as Secretary General; Ankit Parashar, Director, Akkomplish, as Treasurer and Nilesh Kuvadia, Director, ITCG as Regional Secretary for Vadodara and South Gujarat region.