FCS Computer Systems appoints Shaji Kuriakose as director of sales and operations in India

FCS Computer Systems appoints Shaji Kuriakose as director of sales and operations for its activities in India. With more than 23 years of experience that includes a proficiency in sales, business development, key account management and operations, Kuriakose will spearhead efforts to increase FCS' already growing presence within India's burgeoning hospitality market.

As the newest addition to the FCS family, Kuriakose joins a company distingushed for its ability to offer a comprehensive range of operational solutions under one seamless organizational umbrella. Impressed with FCS' ability to craft a customized package that meets the specific needs of each property regardless of size, Kuriakose is eager to help boost the reputation and profititablity of hotels in the Indian market.
 
Prior to joining FCS, Kuriakose's background comprised of spearheading business development and account management activities for iBAHN India, along with working for companies such as DOCOMO InterTouch (previously MagiNet) and HCL Infosystems Ltd.In these roles, Kuriakose demonstrated an ability to quickly become an expert in products such as HSIA, IPTV, VOD, converged solutions and presentation solutions, as well as computer hardware, software & networking solutions. His additional skills in hospitality sales, institutional sales, and corporate sales with a marketing management, IT and commerce background will also undoubtedly serve as a welcome compliment to his enthusiasm when assisting clients in their search for an ideal property solution.

 

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