Launches e-Mavericks, saw the participation by online companies such as JustEat, ThinkVidya and Axis Rooms
Dell and CIO Association of India (CAI) have launched e-Mavericks, an initiative to nurture the e-commerce ecosystem by providing agile technology and access to angel investors.
The platform is the first-of-its-kind providing an opportunity for e-commerce companies to meet and discuss business and technology related challenges and opportunity announced the press release.
Ravindra Krishnappa, CEO of Collatebox, an active angel investor and one of the 50 participants at the launch event which took place on saturday, said, “I was delighted to be part of this launch event. This is a much needed initiative that brings in scale thinking on technology for entrepreneurs.”
Ranjit Metrani, Director & General Manager, Geo Head – South, Dell India, said: “According to a recent report by Forrester, the internet population will have 125 million online buyers by the end of 2019, which also implies the e-commerce sector in India is expected to grow exponentially. We provide our customers with future ready technology which enables them to provide not just technology solutions but derive business benefits.”
Amarinder Singh, Chief Involvement Officer – CIO Association of India, said: “Being a CIO in the e-commerce sector is certainly a challenging task with the core functions and customer satisfaction in the sector highly dependent on the effective functioning of IT infrastructure. eMavericks is a first-of-its kind platform for ecommerce players to engage in technology related discussions related to the sector, the fruitfulness of which will be instrumental to their success in the industry at large.”
The launch event saw the participation by online companies such as JustEat, ThinkVidya and Axis Rooms. Dell in association with CAI will strive to enable customers in the sector through regular meet-ups and communication of best practices.