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NASSCOM Design4India - Design Summit - How to Build Great Software Products

Wednesday, 19 July 2017 17:22

Sumeet Kapur- Founder & CEO at EmployWise, was among the speakers at NASSCOM’s Design Summit, INTERACTIONS 2 INTERFACES which was organised at Crowne Plaza, Gurugram on July 18, 2017. During the event, design experts and enthusiasts from software technology companies shared how to build great products and the impact of design.

EmployWise in the top 10 companies in the iSpirt BootupIndia program!

Friday, 03 October 2014 08:51

Sumeet Kapur's first startup, a venture capital-backed customer relationship management solutions firm, went through a tough time during the dot com bubble burst in 2000. "The burn rate was high, even if you applied brakes, you were burning," said Kapur, 50, who had to start again from scratch and started to work on the human resources software product in 2006. With funding being scarce, bootstrapping became a necessity for him. But it enabled the product to evolve based on the feedback from the customers.

"iSpirt" a mission to make India a Software Product Nation

Friday, 11 July 2014 15:13

First IT Panchayat of India which was organised on 10 days notice#UnleashTheEnergy. Feeling proud of India's #ITProduct entrepreneurs. All geared to make India an #ITProduct nation. Mr. Sumeer Kapur shall be their spokesperson and ambassador.  Mr. Sumeet Kapur also conveyed idea of Honorable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi ji to #ITentrepreneurs of India to develop a match making portal to make lost kids meet their parents.

Tête-à-Tête with Product Thinking

Wednesday, 11 June 2014 12:35

Sumeet Kapur, the CEO of Global Groupware Solutions, talks about his first-hand experience in SAAS based enterprise software business in India. Sumeet has been enthusiastic and committed to software product business since the time when Indian IT sector was riding high on IT services business. Global Groupware Solutions is the first Indian company to provide SaaS based CRM product, way back in 2001 when SaaS was still called “Application Service Provider” model.