ropes in Vishal Sharijay as Product and Growth Strategy Head

India’s first B2B IT ecommerce company, today announces the appointment of Vishal Sharijay as the Head of Product and Growth Strategy. Vishal Sharijay, the former Head of Growth at Docquity, a Singapore-based professional network for doctors, is expected to introduce innovation in the company’s growth initiatives.

“Vishal has a deep understanding of online business environments and an impressive track record of leading successful ecommerce projects”, said Akash Nangia, co-founder and director of “Given Vishal’s strong affinity for handling projects and driving them towards desired outcomes, we are confident that he will be a value addition to the existing setup.”

Vishal Sharijay, an NIT Rourkela alumnus comes with a rich experience of serving startups across healthcare, technology, and ecommerce domain. Vishal’s expertise will help Techjockey further strengthen its offerings and make online software buying more convenient for businesses. Prior to his association with, he had worked with startups such as Tapzo, Docquity, Kraftly and others.

Vishal Sharijay, Product and Growth Strategy Head, said, “India has over 63.3 million MSMEs which account for approx 30% of country’s GDP. However, the increase in technology adoption and business automation would bring up their contribution upto 46-48% by 2020.” “Techjockey is playing a significant role in introducing these businesses to adopt technologies and has gained much acknowledgement for the same from MSME sector. Akash’s comprehensive vision of the future has made me even more certain about Techjockey’s excellence.” was founded by ex-Zomato VP, Akash Nangia and former McKinsey & Company executive Arjun Mittal in 2016. The startup aggregates small and large OEMs and fulfills IT automation needs of SMBs as well as enterprises through its online platform.

The startup is working with many regional and global software OEMs, such as Microsoft, Adobe, Tally, Kaspersky and Trend Micro, to fulfill varied software needs of its customers.


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