Deepak Srinath holds a Bachelors degree in Electronics Engineering from BMS College of Engg, Bangalore. After a short stint in HCL ( Computer division ) , bit the entrepreneurial bullet pretty early. After 10 years in selling PCs to corporates, Deepak identified an opportunity and setup India’s 1st multi brand Laptop Experience centre – Laptop World, way back in 2004. Having helped many startups from incorporation and being a part of their growth journey gave Laptop world immense expertise in understanding and resolving the various pain points of startups and scaling up companies. Once again leap frogged into setting up the 1st ever “Start up and SMB focussed” IT / Telecom integrated services company – Nurture IT.
Most founders of start ups would have worked with large corporations where their IT resource requirements ( setting up hardware and software / trouble shooting ) are served to them on a platter.
They are hence quite overwhelmed when setting up their own entities. From identifying their various IT / Telecom infra requirements / finding service providers / validating their solutions and competencies… and co-ordinating with all these service providers for seamless implementation.
Above all, when a problem occurs, customers are caught in the cross fire of various service providers passing the buck amongst themselves. With lack of domain knowledge, its a nightmarish experience for most founders , grossly impeding their productivity.
Nurture IT ( Laptop world ) brings in 20 years of domain experience and specifically, having handheld many startups and scaling up companies.
Nurture IT executes projects end to end, owning complete accountability in design / supply/ execution and support of IT / Telecom infra , true to the tagline
” The buck Stops at us ”
The vision of Nurture IT is to enable our customers to focus on building their core business by ensuring uninterrupted IT / Telecom operations.
Proposed Webinar Content
As a part of the sessions, we will deep dive right from the basics, like :
tips of domain registrations / email services / what kind of hardware ( laptops / desktops ) to buy. We also advice them on various licensing options of software.
As the organization grows, so does the complexity of its Infra requirements. Based on our experience with scaling up companies, we have broadly categorised them in 4 stages –
Team size – 1-10 : 11 -30 : 31-100 : 101 – 400
The intent is to have the sessions as progressive sequels, wherein we will share a checklist of the should haves, at every stage, like networking / data security / data loss protection (particularly relevant in WFH environment ) , cloud architecture , etc.