Sanchit “San” Arora

Sanchit “San” Arora

Director at EventTech Essentials


My Position in the Company


My Department

Information Technology

Focused on

Information Technology, Sales Enablement, Revenue Operations, Customer Experience, Marketing Communications, IT Operations, Content Marketing, Servers, Enterprise Architecture, IT Procurement, Field / Outside Sales, Virtualization, Customer Retention & Development, Social Media Marketing, Event Marketing, Field Marketing, Product Marketing, Demand Generation, Marketing Analytics / Insights, Lead Generation, Sales Training, Revenue Operations, Data Center, Storage & Disaster Recovery, Retail / Store Systems, Information Security, Customer Marketing, Graphic Design, Networking, Telecommunications, Customer Success, Sales Engineering, Database Administration, eCommerce, Cloud / Mobility, HR / Financial / ERP Systems, Sales, Project & Program Management, Strategic Communications, Application Development, Digital Marketing, Infrastructure, Business Service Management / ITSM, eCommerce, Quality Assurance, IT Training, IT Asset Management, IT Strategy, Inside Sales, Data Warehouse, Account Management, Business Development, Marketing Operations, Collaboration & Web Apps, Help Desk / Desktop Services, Public Relations (PR), Channel Sales, Sales Operations, Advertising, Brand Management, Partnerships, Search Engine Optimization / Pay Per Click, Technical Marketing, Marketing, IT Audit / IT Compliance




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