Amit Kachhawa is Sr. Director Corporate Strategy of Etech Global Services. Etech is a preferred outsourcing partner for Fortune 50 companies. Amit is passionate about helping business leaders adopt strategic outsourcing to make their business and workforces healthier and more productive. He has helped companies through customized company productivity assessment where outsourcing could dramatically impact results. Amit is phenomenal with his insights for using Live Chat support for sales and customer service. He is responsible for developing key relationships with external clients to bring knowledge of market trends and companies to bear on strategic discussions & strategy development including identifying and prioritizing strategic gaps to improve customer experience.
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