THIS is the story of a 'Son of the Soil' who is reigniting flame of confidence among the local budding entrepreneurs in the Information Technology (IT) world.
Online PR News – 16-October-2012 – Nagpur/Maharashtra – Kunal Infotech's IT park coming up near MIHAN
-- By Prashant Dongre,
THIS is the story of a 'Son of the Soil' who is reigniting flame of confidence among the local budding entrepreneurs in the Information Technology (IT) world. His deep concern to lift the local talent on the unremitting journey of the IT world, has brought him back from the overseas land to India.
After eruditing from Raisoni College in B.E. (Computer Science), he flew to the United Kingdom to complete the Master of Science in Advanced Computer Science with distinction in Artificial Intelligence and topped the ladder of score card in the University. Instead of hooking up to a glamorous job in the IT world where he would now have happily pocketed Rs 84 lakh a month (8.000 pounds), the your entrepreneur set up an IT firm -Kunal Infotech Private Limited http://www.kunalinfotech.org (KIPL) in 2010, at the early age of 24.
With active support of two professionals, the company, in a span of two years, has set its benchmark and recruited 20 local professionals. Adding fuel to the engine of growth. KIPL is coming up with an IT park near MIRAN where 200 professionals would be deployed in the first phase. The park will have a four-storied building covering 8,000 square feet area dedicated for the IT world. The construction will be completed within two years. 'My focus is to pick up the local talent, invest time, train them on newer technologies and boost their aplomb to deliver goods on time." said Kunal Supe, CEO and Technical Director of Kunal Infotech with confidence beaming from his eyes while talking exclusively to The Hitavada.
The young entrepreneur who is shaping new business models for the gleam future said, "We have hamlets of excellence but we still have a long way to catch up." Every year, a lot of freshers in the age group 23 to 25 pass out from local educational institutions.
"However, as there is no light-house to train and show the right way, these students fan out in different directions in search of job and end up with frustration, if they did not get what they have dreamt," Supe said. "My entire exercise is to mould the local talent by offering them what is in vogue in the IT industry. Most business of IT industry are wasting their energy on the outdated technology." he noted. "As a team, it has been our belief from the beginning that business and industry are forerunners of change and can transform the society and the nation," Supe remarked.
Focusing 'Ruby on Rails technology
Kunal Supe, CEO of Kunal Infotech Private Limited(KIPL), is only major entrepreneur in the city working on 'Ruby on Rails' technology. Ruby on Rails is more in demand in countries like the USA, UK and other major countries. "Realising its importance, Fortune 500 companies are shifting themselves and investing time on this technology." he disclosed. However. he said that it had become easier for small and mid size companies to embrace the Ruby on Rails technology.
"If the volume is less, it is easy to train professionals. It takes time, if the volume is outspread." he said. Companies in Bangalore and Pune are working on Ruby on Rails technology and leveraging the benefits. Kunal Infotech is a leading customized process-driven web solutions provider in Ruby on Rails. "We provide offshore software development and consulting services such as ERP solution, e-commerce, web design, web development, and Internet marketing solutions for companies or individuals interested in outsourcing their software," he said.
KIPL provides offshore software development and consultancy services and has expertise in agile web development by using Ruby on Rails. "We have developed and modified large-scale enterprise application, using Ruby on Rails and Cloud Computing services for a varied set of business,"" he said. KIPL's service client fist illuminates names of countries like the UK, the US, Kenya, Germany, Australia and Singapore.
According to him. professionals, who want to complete the six-month training on Ruby and Rails, have to cough up Rs 1.5 lakh to Rs 2 lakh. "We have melted this trend in the market and provide training at affordable rates. Now, there is no need for the local candidates to scan outside destinations. The benefit for them is to learn more, earn more and save more: he pointed out