Karur dealers form IT association

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CHENNAI, INDIA: Inspired during the Annual Summit of Confed-ITTA that was recently held in Kodaikanal, channel partners in Karur, Tamil Nadu formed its own IT association called Karur IT Association (KITA). The association has taken shape after a few failed attempts over the past five years.

Around 40 members have joined KITA and dealers give full credit to the recent Confed-ITTA summit for inspiring them to form their own association so quickly. The association will also be joining the state chapter of Confed-ITTA shortly.

A Sadasivam, CEO, NB Tec has been elected as President of KITA and the other office bearers of the association includes NJ Thirunavukkarasu, CEO, Novel System as VP; V Balachandran, CEO, Apple Systems as Secretary; R Madusudanan, CEO, Balaji Infotech as Joint Secretary and T Kanagaraj, CEO, Iknox Netsolutions as Treasurer.


Speaking on the formation of the new association, Sadasivam said, “We are delighted to have a new association. The recently concluded Confed summit was very instrumental in its formation. We would like to utilize the association to develop business in our area. We have just formed an association by bringing dealers together and would like to strengthen and take it forward, to great heights in the coming years.” The association is yet to form an agenda for the year, which will will be finalized after the executive committee meeting.

Claiming that dealers had been attempting to form an association over the past five years,

V Balachandran, Secretary, KITA said that the new association has given confidence to dealers to take decisions considering the unity factor and the support it has received from Confed.

The association has also elected its executive committee members, which includes K Suresh, CEO, Navabharathi Computers; R Manigandan, CEO, Excellent Computer Center; M Ansari, CEO, Shifa Computers; N Saravanakumar, CEO, Hiteck Computers; M Karikalan Nanda Kumar, CEO, Triumph Technologies and S Saravana Bawa, CEO, Xeon Systems.