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Ravi Kumar
Ravi Kumar

Ravi Kumar

Ignify Software Services P Ltd

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Important decision
Being a Financial Consultant at Almoayyed Computers, from December 2008 to December 2010, where I had good exposure working on onsite Middle East Microsoft Dynamics ERP projects and Pre Sales work.

Joining as a Project Manager at Larsen and Toubro InfoTech, Mumbai, was also an important decision. L&T InfoTech is a part of the diversified Larsen and Toubro group, established in 1938. It is SEI-CMMi v1.2 Level 5 Company and also has ISO-9001:2008 certification.
My strongest skill
Functional and Technical
ERP : Microsoft Dynamics Axapta, Great Plains and CRM
Reporting Tools : FRx and BI360 (oneStop Reporting)
Database : SQL 2000 - 2008
Others : Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, Internet Information Server
I have participated in many successful implementations (end to end) with an accurate project scoping, planning, resource management and full documentation in line with the project plan requirement. I have a good knowledge of taking functional requirements analysis, system designing, gap identification; systems change requests, error reporting (liaising with Microsoft) test case preparation and testing of customizations, training manuals etc.
Initiative to develop a country
1. Improve governance
2. Raise educational achievement
3. Increase quality and quantity of universities
4. Control inflation
5. Introduce a credible fiscal policy
6. Liberalize financial markets
7. Increase trade with neighbours
8. Increase agricultural productivity
9. Improve infrastructure and
10. Improve environmental quality.
Thoughts on Education system of our country
While India boasts of having the third largest higher education system in the world, the reality is that the country is facing a severe shortage of skilled people who enter the workforce. The reason for such a contrasting situation is the extremely low quality of education in India, of course, with some notable exceptions, owing mainly due to a weak schooling system. A possible way-out from this situation is privatization of the education system, which, in India, is predominantly publicly funded.

Privatization of education has the potential to improve the quality of education as well as to reduce costs. However, to ensure access to education for all, the government must design an effective transfer-payment system. The transfer-payment system will ensure a regular periodic payment from the government to the guardians of the respective students enrolled in private schools to take care of the educational costs.
My role model
Mr. Murthy is my role model. It is because:

You might fail, but get started

Learn from mistakes and move on. In 1976, Murthy founded Softronics, a company that lasted a year and a half. When he realised that his first venture wasn't taking off, he moved on.

Think Big. Don't Hesitate to Start Small

In 1981, a determined Murthy started Infosys with Rs 10,000 he borrowed from his wife. In few years, Infosys went on to become one of the largest wealth creators in the country.

Cut Yourself a Slice, Not a Large One Always

When Infosys was set up, Murthy took a pay cut while salaries of other co-founder's were increased by 10 percent. According to Murthy, a leader needs to show his or her sacrifice and commitment.

Lend a Hand and Throw in a Foot Too

After Murthy convinced seven of his colleagues, there was a problem. Nandan's future inlaws were not sure about him. Murthy met Nandan's uncle and convinced him.

Own Up, and Then Clean Up
Qualities needed to become a successful leader
Mission: Leaders know what their mission is. They know why the organization exists. A superior leader has a well thought out (often written) mission describing the purpose of the organization. That purpose need not be esoteric or abstract, but rather descriptive, clear and understandable. Every employee should be able to identify with the mission and strive to achieve it.
Vision: Where do you want your organization to go? A vision needs to be abstract enough to encourage people to imagine it but concrete enough for followers to see it, understand it and be willing to climb onboard to fulfill it.
Goal: How is the organization going to achieve its mission and vision and how will you measure your progress? Like a vision, goals need to be operational; that is specific and measurable.
Ensuring success
I am planning to do more certifications in my current field - Microsoft Dynamics AX and to get a PMP certification.
My achievements
Participated in BUSINESS GYAN Case study organized by BUSINESS GYAN business magazine
• Case study selected by BUSINESS GYAN magazine and published in the magazine named Budgeting People”
• Best employee & performance award from Systems Advisers Software Services (P) Ltd
Couple of years from now
I see myself as a Senior Project Manager or IT Manager in couple of years from now.
Brief description about me
I am a passionate professional who is able to contribute with a unique blend of project management, delivery, sales, and exemplary problem solving skills, along with a commitment to excellence. An eye for detail ensuring projects mission and objectives are met within scope, budget, and schedule. Exceptional organizational skills to co-ordinate and manage multiple stakeholders along with the ability to work autonomously and prioritize across conflicting demands. An adept understanding of business processes and the organization culture combined with an aptitude for lateral thinking enable efficient management of project risks and deliverables.
Influenced by
My parents are a good influence to me. Lately they had been of great aid in my life.
Degree that I recommend
Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional for Microsoft Dynamics Axapta Finance, Trade & Logistics, Great Plains Financials, Project, Inventory and order Processing, Integration Manager and CRM Application
• Diploma in export management from NIEM, Chennai
• Diploma in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations from NIPM, Chennai
• Diploma in computer with MS-Office, FoxPro & “C” Programming (basics only)
My family background
Father’s Name: Dr. V. K. Sinha (MBBS, MS)
Father’s Occupation: General Surgeon, Vaishali
Mother’s Name: Mrs. Shanti Sinha (B.Sc. Bio), Housewife
Grand Father Late Dr. S. N. Roy (MBBS, MS)

The eldest sister has done B. Ed. and Post Graduate (gold Medalist) in Economics from Ranchi University. Currently she is working as a lecturer in Faridabad.

The eldest brother-in-law is working as manager in a renowned Pharma company in New Delhi.

The second sister has done M.A. (Economics) and MBA (Finance) and currently working with Share Khan.

The second brother-in-law is MBA (Marketing) and working as Regional Manger in ICICI Bank.

The third and youngest sister and brother-in-law (M.S.) is doctor in New Delhi.
Important lesson learned
Yes, Never give up.
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