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Betting on a bigger pie of Mobile app Market

Anamika Sahu
Monday, October 1, 2012
Anamika Sahu
A person from rural part of southern India and the son of a timber merchant, a dreamer and a doer, a person who is known as a horse in the industry whom you can bet on everyday of the week, Kishore Khandavalli, CEO?of Seventablets can be credited for more than this. He not only dared to start a technology company, iTech US, during the time of recession, but succeeded in making it to the list of top growing companies in New England. iTech is a custom software services and solutions company offering services to the Fortune 500 companies like Pepsi, Bally, DIRECTV, eBay, IBM, Microsoft and several others. And he has triggered the pistol again yet by entering into another hot sector, the Mobile Space with his app development company Seven Tablets.

With an escalating demand of the mobile app market where every player had one or the other app to offer its clients, Kishore found that there is a dearth for the enterprise app market specifically developed for every particular client who can directly download and use it according to their need. The clients are also looking for simplicity, choice and customer engagement along with continuous appreciation in the client value. He wanted to bridge this gap with his new venture Seven Tablets whose success he can bet on without any clients and no apps in pocket. But, how can he still do so?

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The success of iTech gave him the gut feeling that he can repeat the success and create a history again. Kishore wishes to do so by tapping in the experienced executives and satisfied clients from iTech and with two-way strategic approach that he has framed for the resources end.

Things started aligning since he came to the U.S. from India at the age of 23 with his young dream of making it large in the country. After a five-year long job, he started his first venture PrimeSoft in 1998. Since then, he never looked back and in a span of 15 years of his entrepreneurial journey, he merged his company with Glodstone Technologies, a public company based out of India, and was the CEO for the combined entity. Two years later, due to issues relating to core value and ethics, he parted ways from Goldstone.

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