NDS is always seeking new opportunities in markets and regions where data driven signage is not yet commonplace . One of those markets is India. India’s domestic IT market is forecast to expand at a compounded annual growth rate of 16.1% in the next four years. This growth is driven by several factors including governmental initiatives towards e-governance, Smart Cities and education digitization programs.
To be a part of this enormous growth market NDS is excited to announce our new Sales Director for the India region: Arun Muthaiah.
Bjørn Pieper, Chief Commercial Officer NDS, says: “We are happy to welcome Arun to our global sales force. He brings with a wealth of experience having worked in various roles both in UAE & India attaining strong back ground in enterprise sales, key account management, marketing, trend analysis and market monitoring. His focus for NDS in India is to create Brand awareness, Strengthening its distribution network, Clients acquisition, and Channelising regional support for the client as well as for the partners.”
Meet Arun Muthaiah, Sales Director NDS India
Arun has been involved in small, medium and large business development projects focusing on E-commerce, startup operations, new product launch & strategic branding. Some of the brands I was associated in the past are Monster.com, Airtel, WebEx (Cisco), Firefly e-Ventures, Aircharter International and D Media Group.
“I am excited to initiate and embark the journey of NDS in India. I truly believe ‘Success is where preparation and opportunity meets’. As the quote rightly explains I expect to bring NDS in India as a successful global digital signage company marking its existing global impression with right planning and execution”, Arun adds. “I am a resident of Bangalore, India. Besides my work, I love travelling, cars, and photography. To sum up, my vision is to place NDS in the region with the most compelling digital signage solution possible. Namaste NDS.”
“All at NDS give Arun a warm welcome and wish him the very best developing and growing our business in India”, Bjørn concludes.