We talked to Manish Jain of Konstant Infosolutions about the competitive mobile app and web development service, and he had the following to say:-
First of all, how are you and your family doing in these COVID-19 times?
Manish Jain: Thank you, we’re all doing good, hope the same for you. Coronavirus knocked us down to the bottom of the economy. We chose to ramp up with our clients and resources in hand. We made some boldest push by keeping our operations intact and by not withering away with all the environmental, social, cultural, and economic challenges that came along.
Tell us about you, your career, how you founded Konstant Infosolutions.
Manish Jain: Konstant Infosolutions came into being in 2003. Mr. Vipin Jain (CEO, Konstant Infosolutions) and me (Managing Director, Konstant Infosolutions) started it as a competitive mobile app and web development service. We strive to offer the best services in the industry without being jaded by the myriad challenges.
How does Konstant Infosolutions innovate?
Manish Jain: We are here to break the monotony. People are aware of our service offerings, our support, and our dedication to the projects and all other skills that we bring across on the table. Adding that charm to our existence, we wish to make it “Private Unlimited” and channelize all our inherent fears into hope. We want to enlarge our visibility across industry and business domains. We have served start-ups, small, medium, and large enterprises with their projects, right from scratch to legacy applications. We have a dedicated support and maintenance structure, a batch of sales specialists, and analysts to put through the entire project development life cycle. We follow agile programming methodology and that “extra pain” only to furnish long-term gains for our clients. We adapt to new technologies, strategies, and tools to fasten the outcome. We are not wary of going ahead to measure our skills and outsource experts if required. We are firm and do not speculate. Our clients are our priority who make us rich by the day.
How the coronavirus pandemic affects your business? How are you coping?
Manish Jain: To be able to work consistently is a piece of cake for us. We didn’t subdue any inch of our efforts with time. We aim to accomplish more in less time and yet make the journey substantive amplified with time. The times during the Covid-19 struck lockdown were tough, but we were equally resilient. Why would we let our long haul sheen by a mere natural calamity? We prepped up to face it.
Did you have to make difficult choices? What are the lessons learned?
Manish Jain: The Covid-watch is still ticking. We are back on track. Although, we did make some arrangements to- not-let this virus invade our systems physical and mental. While stuck at home initially, we erected our guardrails, took necessary precautions, and just hoped for things to get better. We believe that the trending IoT will rescue us in the coming times. Straight from using voice commands – placing an order – booking a cab – integrating smart home devices – consulting doctors – asking Google maps to plan the commute, AI/ML assist in detecting diseases, disease diagnosis, treatment, and management processes, robot-assisted surgeries, or even safeguarding private records against cybercriminals the future is limitless. Yet, we trust that constant human supervision will be required to prevent any maverick actions.
What specific tools, software, and management skills are you using to navigate this crisis?
Manish Jain: 2021 will see a rise in machines. It isn’t a future-shock to us, as AI is already helping us tackle the complexities, reducing time and effort and giving that precision that isn’t possible manually. We supply commands and wait for the machines to reciprocate. There will be a day when these will understand our emotions or sense something to produce the desired result. Long-term trends may not match historical data, but we are hopeful. We are ready for a leap of faith, local economies, and zoning policies to be by our side. We have similar applications based on convolutional neural networks; developed in our labs that have helped clients reduce wait times and improve analytics.
Who are your competitors? And how do you plan to stay in the game?
Manish Jain: We are relentless in our efforts and firm in our beliefs. We never talk back or react to someone’s low vibrations! We are accountable for our work. Our sales team is not responsible for the way we think about them, neither are our competitors. If we head towards the same target, let’s see who cracks in first.
Your final thoughts?
Manish Jain: Our work brings counsel. We claim that the infinite efforts that we put in will direct us to abundance and goodwill from our clients.