Rahemin Nanji is the President of Net Reliant and is responsible for the company's vision, strategic direction, and operational management.
Rahemin graduated from the University of Toronto with degrees in Computer Science, Physics, and Psychology.
He also possesses the Project Management Professional (PMP) designation and the Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB) credential.
A well-respected business-technology professional, Rahemin's views have been published in various trade journals, newspapers, and magazines.
He has been featured in the Canadian HR Reporter for his thoughts on the effective use of Intranet technologies.
He has also been interviewed by newspapers such as The Toronto Star and the The National Post for his opinions on the technology sector in Canada.
Rahemin has spoken at various conferences held throughout the world.
Although he has spoken on a number of different topics ranging from corporate strategies to business-technology initiatives, he is most passionate about web technologies and project management.
He has had a number of his workshops, seminars, and presentations recorded and distributed by both IQPC (International Quality & Productivity Centre) and IHRIM (International Association for Human Resource Information Management).
Outside of his career, Rahemin volunteers his time in the community.
He is a former Director at the Unionville Tennis Club and continues to help support local tennis activities.
He is currently responsible for Web & Communications at the Progress Pickleball Club and helps to promote the sport of pickleball.
Rahemin encourages our young minds to take up chess. To help promote its benefits, he conducts chess exhibitions at various local schools where he plays 15-20 students simultaneously.
He has also had a number of his chess articles published in En Passant, the Canadian Chess Federation's chess magazine.