Learn how Purna Veer approaches business and the strategies behind his success.
My name is Purna Veer and I am the President of V-Soft Consulting. I am thankful to work with an amazing team: vendors, partners, and employees of our V-Soft family as we continue to serve our clients. I have been asked to start a blog sharing my experiences as an entrepreneur. Here are a few of the topics I intend to cover in my blog:
- The Talent Gap
- Cloud Computing
- Technology Trends
- Mobile Innovation in the Enterprise
- Challenges of Leading a Fast Growth Tech Company
I am thankful my philosophy on business has served our company well and it’s quite simple: to treat every person with respect and understand that they have something unique to bring to the equation. This is why our V-Soft family is so strong. I am hopeful you find something worth your time in my blog and wish you well on your journey.
In Your Service,
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Our Recent Merger Brings More “IT” to the Enterprise
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Being Thankful at the Louisville Mayor’s Breakfast
I had the distinct pleasure of attending the 25th annual YMCA Mayor’s Thanksgiving Breakfast this past Tuesday and it really helped me reflect on this year’s past blessings. It was great to catch up with my fellow board members and staff of YMCA that work so hard to service the community. I wanted to share [...]