Navision expands India operations

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 30 April 2003, 07:00 Hrs
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NEW DELHI: Navision India, a Microsoft Business Solutions distributor, and provider of end-to-end enterprise business solutions has expanded its operations to South India. The company has opened up an office in Chennai city, which will be responsible for business development, customer acquisition and reseller recruitment, in the southern part of India.

Navision has already signed up 9 resellers in South India, the recent partners among them are, CG Mearsk and Firstware Software Systems (A Brilliant group company) in Chennai, Transmatic Systems in Trivandrum and E Brahma Technologies in Coimbatore.

Yash Nagpal, managing director, Navision India, said, "South India is one of the fastest growing regions in the country. Moreover companies based down South are very progressive and open to adopt IT practices that will make their business processes even more efficient. Keeping these growth prospects in mind we decided to set up Navision’s south operations so as to establish local presence and effectively cater to the region with closer concentration and focus."

"Some of the segments that Navision plans to focus in South India are Auto-Ancillary, Textile, Discreet Manufacturing, Retail, Agro related industries and Service industries, though Navision India’s solutions are suitable for all industry segments," he added further.

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