Rohit ThakralFounder & CEO
areas of expertise
- Business Administration
- Business Analyst
- Customer Management Expert
- Supply Chain Expert
- System Administration (Linux/Windows)
- Postgraduate Certificate in Computer Science, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin
- Honours Degree in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin
- Diploma in Electronics Engineering, Pusa Polytechnic, New Delhi
Rohit started Target Integration in 2008 with a vision to be the honest and independent CRM & ERP company. Rohit has 16 years of experience working in various industries including manufacturing, customer services, repair, telecom etc. His experience includes management, business planning, systems administration, business analysis and systems trainer. He has worked on some of the biggest CRM/ERP implementations in Target Integration.
His favourite quote from Richard Branson is:
You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.
Other than running Target Integration, Rohit has a keen interest in radio and has a show called Tech Talks on 103.2 Dublin City FM. He is also on the steering committee of Ireland India Business Association (IIBA).
Before starting Target Integration, Rohit was working as Product Manager for UPC Ireland who is now Virgin Media, Product Specialist in Data Edge providing telecom test equipment and Field Customer Services Rep for HP.
Publications From Our Blog
Do you have any idea about how Dynamics 365 customer engagement apps work with Power BI for Office 365 cloud service? In this blog, we will be demonstrating the way to display a Power BI report of Dynamics 365 account in the Power BI simply by clicking on this link within a Dynamics 365 accountJune 24, 2019
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