Sandeep Modi is a non executive chairman of the company who manages Modi Group ventures in various business verticals like Information Technology, Construction, Petroleum, Agriculture, Agro, Retail, education as well as finance & banking. As the Chairman of Techmodi, Sandeep's ability to evaluate, delegate, execute and encourage helps cultivate success.
Sandeep plays a vital role for driving the business strategy and operations of the organization and opportunities globally. He has significant vision and mission towards Techmodi.
He is instrumental in setting the pace for appropriate business strategy and ideas in order to pursue new initiatives with the ability to invest develop and grow in competitive market scenario.
Being a family oriented person he likes to spend his spare time with his family as well as exploring the new business opportunities and expand Modi Group into different verticals especially innovative and distinctive are his key interests.
Santosh Borhade the founder and CEO of Techmodi, is associated with IT and software industry since 14 years. An accomplished leader, he founded Humdinger Tech and was associated with several organizations such as BSEL, Net4 India, & Maniks system, creating high performance team and successful business.
Santosh received his graduation degree from Mumbai University in 1998, with several awards of merit. Additional to his responsibility as a CEO, with the experience, expertise and technical know-how thereby allows him to not only seamlessly support our creative efforts but to come up with elegant and scalable solutions for our clients.
Santosh's technical expertise combined with strong small business management skills enables Techmodi to achieve its business objectives and has great future projections for expansion of Techmodi into various sectors.
If he's not behind a monitor, at a whiteboard, sketching, collaborating with team members, or with a client — you'll probably find him brainstorming on how to improve Techmodi's operations.
"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go". Asserts Santosh Borhade