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Axilspot furthers reach into India with new director of sales

22 Nov 16

Axilspot has announced the appointment of Pinaki Chatterjee as director for sales, India & SAARC.

This follows the news that the global organisation will be taking part in the leading channel partner awards event in New Delhi, India and setting up a local office

Based out of Delhi, Chatterjee will be leveraging his expertise to help Axilspot participate in ambitious IT initiatives in the country including “Digital India” and “100 Smart Cities”.  

Chatterjee holds a dual MBA degree, numerous technical certifications, and also comes as a veteran in wireless network technology space and has successfully played sales leadership roles with leading organizations.

Bruce Zhou, CEO of Axilspot, says they are glad to have himonboard to expand the company’s footprint in India.

“With an unprecedented knowledge in deployment of cutting edge wireless equipments in enterprises, he will work closely with our workforce in India, ensuring a smoother transition of the country to the digital era,” he says.

Prior to joining the company, Chatterjee played key roles in setting up new brands like IP-COM, Zyxel and NETGEAR – creating multiple new opportunities for IT channel partners in India.

“I’m excited to be a part of Axilspot at a time when India is witnessing a rapid shift towards digitization,” says Chatterjee.

“We will look forward to setup strong channel base in the country and will also strive to set new benchmarks in the wireless networking domain, we have serious commitments to this market so we had already setup India office as well as expanding team.”

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