A vendor-agnostic strategy helped us sustain business, says Bharat Shetty, CMD, Mudra Electronics.
Our USP is a customer-friendly approach backed by services, says Akhilesh Khandelwal, Director, Systematix Technologies.
Our ability to turnaround complex ERP projects in record time is what gets us customer referral, says Vinay Vohra, ...
We are emerging as an end-to-end systems integrator, says Vinod Kumar, MD, KernelSphere Technologies.
We constantly validate emerging technologies for first-mover advantage, says Vergis K.R., CEO, Uniware Systems.
An innovative approach helps us stay successful, says Ashish Agarwal, CEO, Astek Networking & Solutions.
Our approach is backed by innovation and simplicity, says Priyadarshi Nanu Pany, CEO, CSM Technologies.
Strong in-house capabilities keep us ahead of competition, says Ashwinder Pal Singh Puri (R), Managing Director, Apee ...
We want to be recognized as a complete solution provider, says Kailash Gupta, Director, ETSC Computers.
Its first Rs 12-crore project changed everything, says Amarish Shah, Director, Unified Data-Tech Solutions.
We want to be recognised as an IT ecosystem architect, says Madan Mohan S., MD, Alackrity Consols.
We are a one-stop vendor for Information security solutions, says Gautam Verma, Director, Magic Systems
The IP around contact-center optimization is our big strength, says K. Balakrishnan , CEO and MD, Servion.
We command a first mover advantage in VC, says Nandita Singgha, MD, Total Presentation Devices.
Niche is where the growth is, says Founder-Director, Ramasamy Balasubramani, KKM Soft.
My motivation comes from the people I work with, says Pradeep Visvanathan, CEO, Blue Harp Technologies.
Intensity’s lasting relationships with its vendors is its winning ticket, says Director, Aditya Narain Kakkar.
We want to reign as security experts across India by 2015, says Jitesh Chauhan, Director, Rubik Infotech.
We want to be a Rs 500 crore company, says Rajat Mohanty, CEO and Co-Founder, Paladion Networks.
We focus on what the clients need and not what they want, says J.B. Hooda, CEO, Progression Infonet.