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has come up with the result of the IT channel associations' survey
conducted recently. Out of close to 50 channel associations, the
Tirupur Information Technology Association ( href="https://www.dqweek.com/tita-bags-award-at-agm">TITA)
and South Gujarat
Information Technology Association (SITA) has bagged 7th and 8th
position respectively. Both these new entrants scored
significantly on the parameters, that included timely election,
awareness program, social activities and website updation. Despite of
being not inducted in the earlier studies, these two associations
have been recognized by the IDC with considerably good score over
those in large cities.
S Jayakumar, President, TITA said, "We
are in constant touch with our fellow association members and always
believe in maintaining a healthy relationship amongst our community.
In the long run, this will help us move ahead and achieve our goals.
TITA has always worked and will work for member partner benefit and
for the betterment of the industry." Jayakumar also said, that
at the time of the association formation, the vendor — channel
interaction was very poor in their area, and with the help of
association-driven activities it has improved.
Pinakin Patel, President, SITA said
that, they have a focus on member growth and development. The
association has resolved major issues of the regional channel
community, and has led various educational programs related to
illegal software and has organized motivational seminars. "Whenever
we receive any complaint regarding frauds of payment issues we call
both the parties and try to settle them happily. We also use to call
vendor representatives for any issues related to trade and service.
We regularly interact with the vendors to avoid such problems,"