CEO & MD of SBL

I extend my hand to all those who want to see a change in our planet, a change that will make it a better and happier place to live!


Developing technological innovations that focus on sustainability is my greatest passion. I work to build a network of like-minded individuals who love nature, care for the environment and believe that small commitment can create a beautiful world for future generations.

PROFILE

GOPAKUMAR PILLAI

Mr.P.Gopakumar is a visionary entrepreneur and the architect behind the success of SBL Corp. With over 25 years of rich experience in executing turn-key projects, he brings to SBL an unparalleled network of international business contacts and a strong business process that focus on the six values of integrity, trust, teamwork, leadership, innovation, and accountability. Within a decade of SBL’s inception, he mentored the company to a significant force in ITeS, IT, GIS, software industry, and implemented the groundbreaking eParliament solution for legislative bodies.

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RECENT BLOGS


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E-Parliament to leverage efficiency of IT

Digital parliament or e-Parliament is the use of ICTs in parliamentary institutions and processes so that their core functions and operations are enhanced and strengthened. This end-to-end enterprise solution benefits both the State and Citizens. It is a paperless digital solution to automate the day-to-day events of the Parliament. These solutions have an operational, environmental, social and economic impact. In terms of environmental benefits, the solution saves 51 million sheets of paper annually which translates to about 7000 trees, 6.3 million litres of water and 346,000 kg of carbon emissions. It has helped save about 346 million gallons of water every year and also helped reduce 846 metric tons of carbon footprint…

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Gopakumar Pillai with Honourable IT Minister of ICT and Innovations, Republic of Rwanda.

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Over Promising – The challenges in ITeS

The effect of not keeping your business commitments is a loss of credibility with your customers. The long-term effect? Loss of business and a bad reputation. It’s simply not worth the time that you felt you have gained and not worth the cost to your business reputation.

The best advice when something goes wrong is to communicate early and honestly with your client. When you make a mistake, take ownership and communicate honestly. In fact, if handled properly, you might end up in a better place than you imagined. The most important thing to remember is that the sooner you can reset expectations, the better…

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Gopakumar Pillai in conversation with Honourable Prime Minister of Rwanda, along side Honourable Indian High Commissioner to Rwanda.

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Maintain the flow of Information with DAMS (Digital archival management system)

In the lifecycle of information, archiving is the final stage but an important one. You would agree that every storage of information comes with a cost in terms of time, effort and money especially in an enterprise. It would make sense, therefore, to regulate what we maintain in terms of old information and what we discard. Archiving is the answer.

If you need more validation for DAMS, consider this-unwanted information consumes valuable storage space, slows down information search and increases the number of irrelevant search results. This is in addition to the effort required to maintain, migrate, and classify the ever-growing volume of data and information…

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SBL CEO in discussion with a Partner from India Africa ICT Summit 2019, Kigali Rwanda.