Vasudev Kasipuri is a Senior Technical Consultant at Tvarana, working with clients to gather business requirements and objectives, translating these requirements into technical applications and solutions, evaluating complex data models and managing team members. Vasu is currently involved in a couple of Suitecommerce Advanced projects for client Absolute Vision Technologies, which includes implementation and support projects. Absolute Vision Technologies is a NetSuite Partner company based in Sydney, Australia, focused on providing business and process improvements in service, wholesale, distribution and manufacturing verticals through the NetSuite platform. For Vasu, the most exciting of these projects is one involving an IFS SmartFreight shipping integration with Suitecommerce Advanced. These projects are especially memorable as they have given him the opportunity to learn project management while working closely with stakeholders. He is immensely proud to say that as a result of these two projects he has become well acquainted with end-to-end business process and implementation.
Vasu is inspired by award-winning Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurana. Being a diehard fan, Vasu travelled to Bangalore in June of 2018 to watch Ayushmann live in concert. It was a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Vasu to attend the concert, and he enjoyed every minute of it, especially when Ayushmann sang one of his favorite songs- ‘Pani Da’- from the Bollywood movie ‘Vicky Donor’. In fact, Vasu is such a big fan of Ayushmann Khurana that he would love to swap places with him for a day!
Vasu loves riding his bike and photography, and finds himself at peace when one with nature. He enjoys spending quiet moments looking out at the ocean on any one of beautiful beaches of Vishakapatnam, a port city in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. He also enjoys cooking, and is quite the budding chef! His favorite dish is ‘Rogan Josh’, which is an aromatic braised meat curry of Persian or Kashmiri origin.
He enjoys reading in his spare time, and recently finished the book ‘How to Break Up With Your Phone’, which is a practical plan to help overcome mobile phone addiction in just 30 days. I think we all may benefit from reading this! Vasu also cherishes moments spent with his family, especially celebrating the annual Indian harvest festival of Pongal. He unwinds by watching TV shows such as MTV Roadies, which a reality show that takes participants to different parts of India and challenges them to various tasks that test their physical and mental strength.
Vasu is a true team-player and values feedback from his peers. When in a pinch, he doesn’t hesitate to reach out to his teammates directly for advice on areas where he could use improvement.
Thank you for your contributions to Tvarana, Vasu! We look forward to seeing you continue to excel in the years to come!