MUMBAI, India – May 3, 2016 – Emphasizing on building and managing team for the channel partners, Mumbai based Trade Association of Information Technology (TAIT) the premier association of IT companies recently conducted its Knowledge series workshop on how managing team is easier and powerful for their members in Mumbai. The unique interactive workshop session was presented by Mr Ajay Jain, who talked about on ‘Take your business to the next level’ and Mr. Limesh Parekh shared best practices on ‘Task Management’.
Session on ‘Taking your business to the next level’ elaborated on the techniques as to accomplish the goals related to Developing Strategy, Planning, Implementation & Performance Management Process to escalate the growth of the companies to the next level in a simplified manner, using the revolutionary methodology, and thereby contribute to the economy of the country. Ajay Jain urged the members to add discipline while undertaking any business or task.
Mr Ajay Jain, CEO, Master Class said, “For a company’s organisational growth its mission and vision are the most standard and critical elements as it serve as a foundational guide in the establishment of company’s objectives.”
Further he made the members understand the importance of being flexible and to add required changes as the situation demands. The need of value addition to the business is the essential requirement of any successful business.
The Task Management session by Mr Parekh focused on various day to day office related challenges such as how to manage enquiries, support calls, RMA, tasks (internal / external / office / out of office /collection / delivery). He educated members on using a simple task manager from your desktop, Laptop, Mobile, Tablet or any browser. Discussions on managing one’s entire business using a task management tool, multi user, mobile compatible, any Desktop OS, and availability of free tools to increase the efficiency and productivity of the work.
To Manage Sales, Service, Office Tasks, Projects of all the team members on any device (desktop / laptop / tablet / mobile), that too for free. One can assign tasks to the team with reminders, (on mobile and/or email). Schedule recurring tasks for yourself and your employees. Create sub-tasks, write notes, and attach photos for each task. Get notified if somebody changes anything.
Mr Limesh Parekh, CEO, Enjay IT Solutions said, “Every work related for the growth of the business is all about task management. Efficient management of the tasks helps us in managing business easily. There are various task management tools available in the market to increase the productivity of the business and one should explore them.”
As the tagline says ‘How to Manage Team Tasks’, Limesh was assisted by K. R. Chaube, Ajay Parekh and Rajesh Agrawal.
Rushabh Shah, President, TAITsaid, “Workshops under TAIT Knowledge Series help the members in understanding an implementing best business practices to achieve better results for their organisations.”
Several TAIT members appreciated the sessions,”The session was educative, informative helpful in increasing the productivity of the office and we are glad members found great value in TAIT’s efforts,” said TAIT Directors, Samir Mehta of Computer Corner, Devang Thakore of Hallmark Systems and Samir Parekh of Braintone Technology.
Mr Pravin Dhoka, Ortek Computers quoted that he will definitely try the methods and the apps suggested in the session. While Mr Pramod Dalmia, Spur Electronics said, “It was enlightening session and I am looking forward to more such sessions.”
At the closure of the workshop TAIT President Mr Rushabh Shah thanked the members for their continuous support and participation in all the events and also promised the members for many more engaging events in future.
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Trade Association of Information Technology (TAIT) was formed in March 1996 to represent the interest of IT community in the ecosystem of Distributors / Sub-distributors / Resellers, System Integrators & Service Providers. TAIT has over 300 members representing the complete spectrum of IT organizations. The association was formed to uphold the larger interest of the IT trade, which represents 70% of Mumbai’s IT industry. It’s a forum where the challenges of Mumbai’s domestic IT Industry business is heard and understood. TAIT is a pro-active, leading IT association of India. For more information please visit www.tait.in