Manish Chowdhary, CEO of Bridgeport, CT based Pulse Commerce, will be a featured speaker at the Connecticut Technology Council’s 2017 Tech CEO Forum on June 8th in Madison, CT.

This year’s theme is “The Digital Transition: Improving Revenue, Growth and Customer Engagement.” Mr. Chowdhary will be speaking in a panel discussion, and will be joined by Mark Casali, cofounder of Synapse SEM and Johnny Dranchak, CTO of CoreTech App Studio at GE. And Paul Gulbin, Practice Leader of Digital & Innovation Services at CohnReznick. Steve Jackson, a partner at CohnReznick, will moderate the panel.

Mr. Chowdhary brings a wealth of knowledge about Digital Transition to the forum, with deep expertise in B2C and B2B digital operations and marketing. Pulse Commerce’s cloud-based Enterprise Order and Inventory Platform empowers retail leaders with unprecedented visibility and control of inventory, orders and customers. The solution acts as the central nervous system of clients’ commerce operations across all channels – online, stores, contact centers and more. With Pulse Commerce, merchants turn orders around faster, increase inventory turns, and provide faster, more effective customer support.

“Given our pivotal role in helping mid-market merchants improve sales across all channels we have a birds-eye view of the digital challenges facing merchants. We are on the forefront of delivering digital capabilities to help them win against larger competitors with deeper pockets,” said Manish Chowdhary, CEO.

Pulse Commerce also employs the most modern B2B digital marketing techniques to cultivate new software customer relationships. The marketing team is larger than the sum of its parts, driven by the company’s embrace of the latest marketing technologies.

Mr. Chowdhary added, “I’m looking forward to joining my Connecticut-based CEO peers, helping each other spark innovation and improve our competitiveness in our respective markets. The Connecticut tech ecosystem has been a great supporter of ours, and I’m thankful to have an opportunity to give back to the community.”