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Ashish Khot: Tech Investments, Partnerships, Innovation to Drive TechnoMile Market Impact

Ashish Khot

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 29, 2019 — TechnoMile CEO Ashish Khot said the company aims to continue its investments in updating its existing platform through the integration of new technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and business intelligence, as well as partnerships with companies like ArchIntel, an Executive Mosaic company that provides customized daily executive briefs.

Khot told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published April 16 that innovation is a key element of strategies that he said will work to make an impact in the market and deliver positive results amid a continually changing technological landscape.

“The most effective strategy for us has been building a culture of innovation and really encouraging that concept among our employees so they’re always at the forefront,” he added.

“Through innovation, we’re addressing how to use data and develop your organization to really compete in this marketplace.”

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