Hi-Tech Industries has continual growth of quality, performance, services and turnover in last two decades. "During the success journey, Hi-Tech has satisfied all the clients across government sectors, power sectors, atomic organisation, space organisation, multinational companies and quality conscious public sectors" informed Jaydeep Kachhy, CEO, Hi-Tech Industries.
Diversified Marketing Strategy:
Highlighting the recent performance of his company, Mr. Kachhy said, "With adversity of recent recession, we have diversified our marketing strategy with more effective web marketing, e.mail marketing and attract foreign customers to overcome the recession with continual growth"
Need for 'Good' Governance:
Raising his concern about recent economic slowdown and inefficiencies across the system, Mr. Kachhy said, "The main reason of the recession was political instability and people of Indian industries have very less faith in the present corrupted government officials. These shortcomings will continue because people have no option of non corrupted political party and the the major industrial growth will not be possible without stable and noble governance"
Adhering to Quality:
However, despite many adversities, Hi-Tech Industries has been able to maintain its turnover. Highlighting his management strategies, Mr. Kachhy said, "Since last one year the government has cut their expenses and the corrupted money has paralysed our Indian economy and also spoiled our name in International funding. However, despite adverse condition of business, we stick to our quality product and better marketing strategy to cover the turnover without augmenting it"
Increasing Preference for Indian Products:
Over the years Indian manufacturers have bearable to create their space in international market. Emphasising on the same, he said, "The people of other countries feel Indian products are more reliable than Chinese products. Therefore, being Indian manufacturer, we compete with Germen, Korean or Taiwan companies which are costing higher than Indian product because of their heavy design and heavy manpower cost"
Maintain Human Resources Diligently:
"As India is developing country and 70 per cent of growth is still pending in infrastructure, every engineering industry has a scope with hurdle race because of non governance activities," Mr. Kachhy observed. "Moreover, Indian engineering industries are having lack of management and human value. So, we have to maintain our human resources as good as our fixed assets to maintain the continual growth and diversify our CEO activities for major growth" he adds.
"Price is what you pay, value is what you get" said Mr. Kachhy.