In a bid to unite the computer dealers across India, Rohit Kohli, president, Uttar Pradesh Computer Dealers Association (UPCDA) has taken a positive initiative. Kohli has vowed that his motive and aim for this year is to bring the computer industry together for which he would be talking to his counterparts across states to form a national forum jointly.
Presently, the state association, UPCDA is focusing more on resolving state-wide IT dealer's issues. Hence, the association intends to build a forum constituting IT associations.
While addressing the gathering at the installation ceremony of the newly elected body of Allahabad Computer Dealers Welfare Association (ACDWA), Kohli-chief guest of the occasion-expressing his strong opinion said, "Unless the industry unites under a single banner the transaction between computer dealers of different states and cities would not be transparent." Moreover, he requested the members to reach out and come up with philanthropic schemes to help the poor.
The association also appreciated the new government initiative of distributing free laptops to all classes of society.
Manish Mehrotra, secretary, UPCDA emphasized on the role of dealer and vendor relationship. He said that it is the need of the hour to bring about a united computer dealers forum. He stressed on the need as more and more cases of theft were being reported specially for laptops. "With a united forum and better intercity and interstate relationship these could be tracked in a better manner," said Mehrotra. Additionally, he urged the new association to build a better relationship with the ecosystem, so that business on the whole grows with better margins for everybody.