ERP Seminar Report - 2009 -
Milestones -Hundreds of IT training seminars
are conducted by Jyotindra Zaveri, since 1975.
Reports / pictures.
November 2009 - ERP training for managers in Nagpur, India -
CRP run (conference room
pilot) and question / answers with managers. ERP implementation is a journey.
Who said ERP implementation is not painful? However, to enable change in the
management (BPR), it is necessary for managers to spend time in training.
Get tips for smooth change over.
& 31 July 2009. ERP training in Guru Nanak College of Arts, Science, &
Lecture by Prof. Jyotindra Zaveri in the college
in Mumbai, India. Topic: Enterprise Resource
Feedback: "Prof. Zaveri team
imparted training to students. We thank you
for accepting our invitation...to deliver lectures on ERP. Our students
have benefited immensely....your vast experience and knowledge in the field.
We look forward to more such sessions in future".
Bina Punjabi, Principal.
19th March 2009. Lecture by Mr. Zaveri. Topic: “Emerging Trends in Business”.
Organized by Global Business School & Research Centre.
Thank you for addressing our students for Global Manthan, we really appreciate
it and look forward to future endeavors with you and your organization.
The students had a very informative and knowledgeable session". - Prof. Tarika, Training & Placement Coordinator, Dr.
D. Y. Patil University, Global Business School & Research Centre.
19 February 2009.
Talk by Mr. Zaveri. Topic: Entrepreneurship Development at International
Institute of Management Studies (IIMS).
Mr. Zaveri addressed the young and dynamic post graduate students on the subject
of Entrepreneurship Development. He explained how Mr. Bill Gates
became one of the wealthiest man in the world. He gave examples of Mr.
Bhatia who started hotmail. He also pointed out some 'threats' factors.
Let us know if you are interested to start on your own.
Prof. Dr. Prakash Deshpande, M.Sc. M.P.M. Ph.D. (Biotech HRM).
Director. IIMS. :
was a very interesting as well as use full sharing of experiences and
your insights with our students and staff".
Head - Entrepreneur Cell:
It was a pleasure meeting you... Your ideas on new approaches
to Entrepreneurship were insightful and a great help to us. Your
own research sounds very interesting and offers a compelling value
proposition to the students planning to make a career either in IT or in
Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneur-cell Council and I very much
appreciated your input on new business development strategies. I
know that you have a number of demands on your schedule so the fact that
you took as much time as you did to guide us is even more welcome.
Thank you for making time to meet with us and for sharing your thoughts
and we definitely wish to have you as our mentor". SK.
9 and 11
February 2009: Welling International Institute of Business Studies.
Training on ERP.