Subhash Chandra Yadav Appointed Marcom Manager By Pronto Networks
USA based IT conglomerate Pronto Networks has rolled in Subhash Chandra Yadav as its new manager for marketing and public relations. In his new position, Yadav shall leverage his sturdy experience to launch Pronto’s brand position to fresh and greater heights. This announcement is a part of company’s new strategic move to further strengthen its market position in mainly B-2-B business across India and the immediate neighbouring countries.
Subhash Chandra Yadav possesses a rich experience in marketing and media segment as he has worked with reputed conglomerates like UNI, IBN7, Network 18 and ZyXEL Corporation. He possesses over seven years of substantial experiences with national and multinational companies.
Jasbir Singh, Chairman and Founder, apprised, “Pronto is an established IT player in the B-2-B segment. Subhash’s proven skills would certainly stimulate brand promotion, business growth and profit. It’s great to have him on board.”
At Pronto, Subhash will be responsible for building up the brand image in India. Commenting on his appointment, Subhash apprised, “The market today has emerged very different, the traditional ideas of brand promotion and media management is needed to be replaced by something fresh and stable. We have been an old team and would surely repeat the success in Pronto.”
Subhash Chadra Yadav’s extensive market knowledge, strategic PR ability, excellent rapport with stakeholders, along with exceptional leadership and cognitive skill makes him a seasoned Marcom professional.
Pronto is operational in India since year 2002. It caters to Telecom, Healthcare, Government, Retail, Hospitality, Enterprise, and Education, Wireless and AAA Solutions. Pronto Networks provides carrier-class Operations Support Systems (OSS) that enables network operators/ telcos to deploy and manage large public WLAN networks. The company provides solution for authentication, access control, security, pre-paid and post-paid billing, and roaming settlement for large public WLAN networks.