Punit Singhal

Punit Singhal

AVP, Projects

Punit has over 20 + years of IT experience in Project Management, Database Design and DevOps along with Solution, Strategy Development & IT Implementation. With expertise in Microsoft and Networking technologies, Punit has also extended his expertise in open source technologies during the last 8 years.

As AVP Projects, he is responsible for account management and new business development. With his experience in overseeing projects at Pratham Software (PSI), Punit provides leadership to company-wide administrative information technology support and network services.

Punit holds a post graduate degree in Information Technology with a background in Economics and Public Administration. Punit is a Microsoft Certified Professional and also holds certificate from IIM Bangalore for Innovation and Information Technology Management.

He is an avid traveller and is also involved in various games like Table Tennis, Cricket and Scrabble. Punit is also a passionate reader and loves to experiment with various types of cuisine.


blogs

  • B2B SaaS – An Unavoidable Strategy
    Early cloud adoption was driven by advantages of operating expenditure (OpEx) over capital expenditure (CapEx) and outsourcing advantage of infrastructure & infrastructure management. Platform & infrastructure services spending contributed majorly into cloud spending for enterprises.
  • Generative AI through the Lens of Business: A Roadmap for Adoption
    Unleashing Generative AI’s Potential for Positive Change in Business. Let’s dive into the transformative journey of integrating #GenerativeAI.
  • How To Analyze Java Thread Dumps
    Java thread dumps: Analyzing performance bottlenecks and concurrency issues
  • Unlocking greater collaboration & productivity with Microsoft Teams apps
    Boost productivity through collaborative power of Microsoft Teams apps
  • Scaling Databases
    You would hear a lot about the three V’s of data – Volume, Variety & Velocity. Every enterprise and almost any application of enterprise grade is facing growth in consumption and therefore, growth in the data it consumes, generates, processes & stores as well as the forms of the data that’s been processed.