EzeiaTech is started by a group of professionals from IIT’s and Top Engineering Colleges in India and is headquartered in Gurgaon, India. EzeiaTech’s aim is to make software development and delivery models simpler for it partners. Our professionals are well equipped to deliver best in class software solutions and helping our partners to exceed their customer’s expectations.
At EzeiaTech, we nourish a culture of team building and innovations. EzeiaTech’s professionals comes with vast domain expertize in fields like eCommerce, Online Travel, Web Development and Cloud Computing. Our professional’s have worked with globally recognized organizations like Oracle, Infosys, IBM, Yatra and successful startups.
EzeiaTech would like to introduce to you to some amazing and distinguished personalities that have agreed to be part of our voluntary Panel of Advisors, representing an impressive diversity of background and experience.
Former campus recruiter, budding novellist, above average maths tutor, ex FIITJEE answer sheet checker, failed insurance agent, almost-kicked-out-of-college textile engineer, PJ master, Business Plan generator … the list goes on.
Prior to studying at IIM kozhikode, Rohit completed his engineering Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He has worked at Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore for industries ranging from Specialty Chemicals, HR Consulting, Elearning, Insurance, IT and Infrastructure Development.
He has a keen interest in creative writing, poetry, dramatics and dumb charades. People might still remember the role of the ‘sound proof box’ in the much acclaimed, award winning, “Ms. Universe” skit performed at Rendezvous ’95.
Specialties: Corporate Finance, Project Finance, Marketing Campaigns, Business Development.
Aaditeshwar graduated with a PhD degree from the University of Waterloo in Canada in 2008, and completed his B.Tech from IIT Kanpur in 2002 while receiving the Ratan Swaroop Memorial Award given to the best all-rounder of the batch.
Aaditeshwar is passionate about building technologies for social development. He won the Knight News Challenge award in 2008 to start an organization, Gram Vaani, that builds low-cost systems for community radio stations in rural areas. His PhD thesis on rural Internet connectivity solutions, and current work with the Appropriate Computing Research group at IIT Delhi, are similarly focused on building innovative technologies aimed at solving economic and social issues in developing regions.