Targus shifts head office to Gurgaon, plans more centers

Saturday, 26 April 2008, 05:25 Hrs
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New Delhi: Targus Technologies, one of the leading system and network integrators has announced its plans to expand its footprint across India by shifting its head office to a new location in Gurgaon and has also opened a new branch office in Mumbai. The new head office is spread over a space of 15000 sq feet with four floors.

In the year 2007-08, Targus Technologies achieved a turnover of 120 crore and their headcount touched 250 plus. And there were other customer wins for the company in 2007 including Whirlpool, Vodafone, CNBC, DIT and WSP. The company is looking to touch a turnover of 200 crore in the current financial year 2008-09 and also increase their headcount to 400.

According to Col. Balwinder Singh, Director, Targus Technologies, "Since its inception, Targus Technologies has traversed a worthy journey of almost a decade and has emerged as one of the largest IT Infrastructure Solution providers supporting over 700 clients from all verticals, spread across the country and beyond. We are targeting 200 crore turnover in the current financial year and are also preparing to become Silver partners of Cisco and be one of the Top 10 Network Integrators across India."

Targus is also planning to set up service support offices in three more cities in the second phase to cater to the expanding customer base. Besides the existing facilities in Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, and Pune, the new offices will be set up in Chennai, Bangalore and Jaipur. The company also plans to open an office in Singapore this year.
Source: IANS
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