Jataayu enters 'Technology Corridor'

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, 29 July 2004, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: As a part of several steps being taken to expand Jataayu's global presence, Jataayu has opened its new office in Bellevue, Washington - The “Technology Corridor", a home to many of the world's foremost high tech companies on the west coast of the United States.

The Bellevue office would provide better access and customer support to the current and potential customers in the Americas. It would propel the development of additional business from potentially large portions of the market that were not been covered before.

Raj Kesarimall, who has been instrumental in ensuring the success of Jataayu worldwide as a leading player in the Mobile Internet solutions space is to head the American operations as CEO, Jataayu Software Inc. According to Mahesh Jain, Managing Director, Jataayu Software, "Jataayu's customers currently include Microsoft, Motorola, Palm Source, Sierra Wireless, Surewest and other leading telecom and mobile device manufacturers. The American presence would help us consolidate our position, grow our business with current clients, extend our reach and significantly expand our user base in the region. "

Commenting on the new office, Raj Kesarimall, CEO, Jataayu Software Inc.stated, "The American markets are very important for Jataayu and we are committed to providing value to our customers with continuous technological innovation and support to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership of messaging solutions for Wireless service providers, mobile device manufacturers and OS/reference design vendors. Incidentally, Jataayu software commands over 80% of the CDMA wireless services market for its messaging solutions in the Indian Subcontinent and we would like to work with the established partners here to replicate the same kind of success."

The USA office is Jataayu's third office opening in the last eight months. In addition to its Head Quarters in Bangalore, India - Jataayu has offices in UK, Singapore, Korea and India (Delhi, Mumbai).

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