About Me

Maulik is an industry veteran with over 15 years of SAP implementation and Application development experience. With four full lifecycle SAP implementations,


He has successfully project managed & delivered scalable SAP based solution and implemented strategies that have increased productivity and reduced total ownership costs.


He possess in-depth cross-functional knowledge of the SAP R/3 & ECC system across various industry solutions. He is actively pursuing opportunities as a development manager or project manager on the SAP platform.


Specialties

  • SAP for Life-sciences
  • Project Management
  • ABAP Development
  • Offshore Team Management - COE

Connect with Maulik on LinkedIn.


Hobbies
Maulik is also a philatelist and numismatist. His Philatelic interests include early India and Gandhi. He is an active member of APS and local philatelic clubs in Connecticut. He has exhibited his collection nationally and internationally. His exhibits are available for viewing online.

  1. Memorial Issues of Mahatma Gandhi - 15th August 1948.
  2. Usage of 1948 Gandhi Memorial Issues.


15 comments:

  1. Wow Maulik, your blog is amazing, very detailed and organized. One thing I will suggest is to add some videos to live up the viewers.

    For example, post a video about your recent trip and talk about the experiences you had during that trip.

    I hope this help, good luck with your blog.

    William

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  2. William,
    Appreciate you taking the time to read and review my blog.

    Theme of the blog is about Indian Lithograph stamps. As much as I would love to post a video, I do not have any relevant video content about Indian Lithographs. I did make a custom video on the stamps and posted it on the "Video" page.

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    1. The video you made up did show some improvement and it made that extra touch to express viewers your stamp collections.
      You're definitely a well organized blog master.

      Good job.

      William

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  3. Good Morning Maulik,

    Very interesting blog, especially about the first stamps valid for postage throughout India were placed on sale in 1854. I like the theme and the organization. The video was a nice touch!

    Thanks, Elena

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    1. Thank you Elena. Appreciate you taking the time to read, review and provide valuable feedback.

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  4. Hi Maulik,

    Very interesting blog, love the theme. It was nice to learn the the first stamps valid for postage throughout India were placed on sale in 1854. The video was a nice addition.

    Thanks, Elena

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    1. Thanks Elena, I have used some features offered by blogger to showcase & blog about my collecting interests. Appreciate your comments.

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  5. Hi Maulik,

    I really like the organization and theme of your blog. Thanks for sharing the interesting content about lithograph postage stamps of India. Your collection of these lithographs is impressive!

    The video featured on your blog is a great addition. I look forward to working with you this semester.

    Best,

    Jody

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    1. Thank you Jody. Appreciate your feedback. I look forward for collaborating with you in the course.

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  6. Maulik,
    Great set-up as you are the blog master. I have a lot to learn and have been inspired. As a suggestion how about some music playing in the background while we view, it would be a great addition. Thanks for sharing your interest in Indian Lithograph stamps I learned a lot.

    - Robert

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    1. ha ha!!! Auto Play is a big no no. I would recommend that you read Lecture 3.
      http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/does-my-web-site-suck/does-my-web-site-suck-checklist-part-one.html

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    2. Hi Maulik!

      It looks like you are the only one from our old group! Very nice Blog. I am a fan of the traffic feed. It's fun to see where your visitors are coming from!

      V/r
      Kristen

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  7. Maulik,
    Lovely layout, great color scheme (the images really pop) and thank you for NOT playing back ground music...nothing makes me leave a blog faster.
    Respectfully,
    A. Rosler

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    1. Appreciate your time, review and feedback.

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  8. Hi Maulik! I enjoyed looking through your blog and seeing some of the first stamps issued in India. You mentioned that the first copies did not have glue nor perforations-a novice like me wonders-why and how did the user use the stamps for postage? Perhaps your literature section will discuss this. I felt your bio was very strong and professional, this is off-set very nicely by such a friendly photo. You look approachable and nice to speak with. I look forward to working with you!
    Best Regards,
    -D

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