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Sudhakar Dasoju

Sudhakar Dasoju

Founder & Program Manager

S&P Infotech

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Working Life Management:
I do jogging everyday it keeps my day energizing. And I also try to meet my friends basically I try to avoid working on Sundays. I also do adventure sports or get away with friends and family every six months.
Role Model:
I am a huge fan of Mr Bill Gates and Mr Steve Jobs whom I really admire them as a tech leaders. I think they are reasons we have computers at every home. In Indian context I really admire Mr Ratan Tata because of his dedication towards betterment of people and building India’s biggest organisation.
Advice For New Professionals:
My advice today's professionals is that whatever work you do, do it perfectly, completely with full conviction. This is true specially IT professional who just comes out of colleges, I have seen the quality of work new workforce is reducing year on year. Reason behind this is they don’t want change or upgrade or perfect there existing knowledge. My advice to everyone is if you are expert at something please help others or try to solve problems of others because when you solve others problem you intend to acquire or expand your knowledge. To help other person one can write about it by creating their own blog or join user groups (forums).
The Decisions That Matter
When I was in 12th (HSC) I aspired to be doctor but I could not score a seat for the same and instead took an admission in BSC with IT. But that as I took the course I also started helping my father with his business and this germ the seed of entrepreneurship in me. But as a time past I started enjoying computer and programming. After I completed my BSC I quickly enrolled myself for Master’s degree (MSc) in Computer science. I think decision to take Msc was my most important career decision. And the reason for this is, I became more closed to technology and entrepreneurship and combination both lead me to be a tech entrepreneur.
Plans For The Future:
we want to see S&P Infotech as to be India’s largest IT service provider which solves problems of SMB’s in very cost effective way. I want to see S&P Infotech as preferred destination for cloud based services in India and also providing other IT services in next 2 years.
Family Background
Basically my father is from Hyderabad came to Mumbai in late 70’s. My father is in to business and mother is housewife and takes care of the family. My brother is a trader and investor and sister she did MCom and married and leaves in Hyderabad.
Professional Strengths:
Technically, I have very good understanding of web based technology (Microsoft Technologies). From business perspective I am very good at handling people, I try to provide them necessary space to express themselves.
As a company we are really good at solving people’s technological limitations which they face daily by providing cost effective solutions.
Involvement in the Industry
I would strongly recommend "The monk who sold his Ferrari" by Robin Sharma. For Technical websites I follow MSDN, stackoverflow for Q&A and I also follow tech personality like Scott Hanselman, Jon Skeet, Rob Conory and Bill Gates and many more. I recommend upcoming professional to follow and support their professional community this will build reputation among peoples.
Done Differently:
Nothing, I think you cannot plan out your life or career. I always aspired to be tech entrepreneur and more or less I achieved it. It may have delayed but slowly and steadily I am reaching my goal.
Growth Strategy:
At S&P Infotech we are trying to introduce new technologies in India. We are firm believer of technology and we will build many business critical solution for SMB market using cloud technology. The bottom line is we will become a leader in technology in coming years. We think cloud computing is next big and important phase for IT industry for SMB in India and we will continue to invest in it.
Required Reading:
I would strongly recommend "The monk who sold his Ferrari" by Robin Sharma. For Technical websites I follow MSDN, stackoverflow for Q&A and I also follow tech personality like Scott Hanselman, Jon Skeet, Rob Conory and Bill Gates and many more. I recommend upcoming professional to follow and support their professional community this will build reputation among peoples.
Degrees That Matter:
Yes, Bachelor’s degree in Computer science is minimum requirement. Other than this certification from technology vendors like Microsoft, Oracle etc is plus point. And also, I think if you have an aspiration to solve people’s problem then it is more than any highest degree available on planet.
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