FM Tech’ Solutions HITEK Appoints Amit Madan as Managing Director…

(MENAFN- Mid-East.Info) Appointment taken amid rising demand for FM technology solutions across all verticals Dubai, UAE: Facilities Management (FM) technology solutions company, HITEK, which is part of the leading and green FM company farnek appointed Amit Madan as Chief Sales Officer, to lead the company’s revenue growth strategy.

Madan, who reports directly to HITEK’s Managing Director, Javeria Aijaz, will be responsible for supporting the company’s strategic business plan, implementing an aggressive revenue growth strategy.

His responsibilities include leading business development, improving relationships with key customers, revenue generation and budget responsibility. Madan will also be responsible for creating new revenue streams, as well as developing greater brand and product awareness among building owners, facility managers and operators, across the UAE. United.

“HITEK only launched in January this year and, being part of the Farnek Group, we have already had tremendous support from the company’s sales and marketing team.”

“However, due to the extraordinary demand for our innovative FM technology solutions, at this stage of our development, it became apparent that we would need a dedicated professional to coordinate with the corporate sales team and drive our revenue growth.

“With his strong technical and commercial background, as well as his considerable sales experience in the UAE FM market, Amit was the ideal candidate to fill this role,” said Aijaz .

Holder of an Executive Master in Business Administration, with a specialization in project management and environmental studies and with more than 17 years of experience in the United Arab Emirates, Madan previously held key business development positions in large companies. FM such as ServeU, Imdaad and Engie. Cofely, generating more than 550 million dirhams in turnover over the past eight years.

Commenting on his appointment, Madan said: “HITEK is clearly a market leader. It has a very distinct competitive advantage, particularly at a time when the FM industry is facing major challenges in the way buildings are operated and therefore managed.

“Buildings are getting smarter, thanks to the rapid development of artificial intelligence and the digitalization of asset management, which is further complicated when environmental issues are factored into the equation,” said Madan .

“Because HITEK can integrate with all existing technologies such as BMS, based on an open protocol, HITEK can now enable a variety of bespoke and white label portfolio solutions, for building managers and other FM professionals. , connecting smart buildings to a digitally connected workforce.”

“HITEK works in line with the UAE Government’s strategic mission of dematerialization and digitization and the NET Zero 2050 vision, where all HITEK products are integral to achieving the country’s goals. Our solutions support staff well-being, sustainability and operational efficiency, reducing labor costs by up to 17%. »

“With more innovative smart products in the pipeline, HITEK will undoubtedly continue to lead the charge and I look forward to playing a key role in its success,” he added.

The HITEK solution is a unique and compelling market proposition, which connects people, assets and spaces from multiple remote locations, using intelligent analytics platforms, for cleaning, security and maintenance, so that they can be centrally managed and monitored using the Internet of Things (IoT), building management systems (BMS), cloud-based technologies, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).

“HITEK’s 24/7 command and control room or ‘ nerve center ‘, is located in Farnek’s state-of-the-art staff accommodation center in Jebel Ali, enabling us to deploy more connected and transformative technology applications that not only raise the face of FM digitization, but also deliver increased efficiency. , as technology advances, interfacing with all aspects of FM,” added Aijaz .


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