- Prashant Govindan, Ex senior director, Harman Professional Solutions, was associated with Harman for about eight years
- He started working as an independent audio visual systems professional from January 2020
Prashant Govindan, Ex senior director, Harman Professional Solutions, is now working as an independent audio visual systems consultant. Under his last role with Harman Professional Solutions, he was taking care of sales, marketing, business development among other profiles for India ans SAARC region.
“I’m not here to make money, I’m here to make joy – Sidney Harman. So this is it folks, after almost 8 years of making joy, I’m hanging my boots at Harman Professional India! All these years have been nothing less than a roller coaster ride, full of incredible experiences and fond memories,” read a post by Govindan on Linkedin.
About eight years with Harman
Govindan was associated with Harman for about eight years. His Linkedin profile states that some of the important customer relationships he has worked on in the past include PVR cinemas, INOX entertainment and Cinepolis for cinema sound and display.
He was also a part of the team that look after enterprise accounts such as Reliance Industries, Citibank, Accenture, Deutsche Bank, Infosys, Juniper Networks and Bank of America Merrill Lynch as key customers. Notable installations, as per his Linkedin account include the world’s largest Samsung Onyx Cinema LED screen installed at the iconic Shankar Nag Theater in Bangalore, the heritage Royal Opera House in Mumbai, the Global Vipassana Pagoda and the Sumi Baptist Church in Zunheboto, Nagaland.
“Harman to me is not just an organisation, it’s a movement built by the people associated with it. Our customers, partners, system integrators, dealers, consultants and ultimately the people who make it all work – us Harmanites,” read Govindan’s post.
It continued, “We are Harman, it’s us that embody the spirit of making every day joyful, every moment full of life and every action powered by passion and energy! The passion to create, to surpass and to excel!”