Bangalore-based business solutions software provider, Tally Solutions Pvt. Ltd. has now aimed at persuading the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the country to increase its adoption of Information Technology (IT) in the business. In order to capitalize
Bangalore-based business solutions software provider, Tally Solutions Pvt. Ltd. has now aimed at persuading the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the country to increase their adoption of Information Technology (IT) in the businesses. In order to capitalize on the growing sensitivity among SMEs on the IT solutions usage, the company recently concluded a month long series of national workshops titled ‘The Mathematics of Happiness’.
A total of 122 sessions were conducted by the company’s key executives who, over a period of 30 days, met more than 6,000 Tally Partners from across 54 cities in the country to enthuse and energise them to adopt a fresh approach to growing their businesses. The workshops aimed at creating a desire for explosive business growth in the minds of the Tally Partners and were showcased various “back to the drawing board” techniques as a means to achieve this dream.
Bharat Goenka, Managing Director, Tally Solutions, said, “Over the past 25 years, we have built a strong foothold and reputation in India as the leading software company that has in many ways crafted the way people do business in the country. Today, even while we celebrate the nation’s technological advances, I see a strong potential for IT adoption that remains untapped. As a company, we want to create a wave in the marketplace that will allow this potential to be reached.“
“This is our initiative to develop and nurture the software channel in India. There is a massive business opportunity in the country and the IT channel needs to adopt new approaches to seize it. The workshops were conducted as a first step to help the partners aim for ‘explosive growth’ and now there will be followed up activities over the next few weeks to help them achieve it. We are working toward setting India on a clear path of greater IT adoption and in facilitating rapid economic growth of the nation,” he added.