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Epitome on revival mode

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In an effort to revive the company's operations, Epitome Networks is

concentrating heavily on building a renewed customer base. It is now focusing on

bagging new contracts, especially in developing areas of Rajarhat.

“In the past few years, we have been facing a resource crunch, primarily on

funding side. However, we are now on our way to revival and are concentrating

heavily on our core networking front,” said Rajarshi Ghosh, Executive Director,

Epitome.

The company, in this fresh initiative, has bagged a major contract floated by

McNally Bharat in the Rajarhat area of West Bengal last month, where Epitome

will be providing its network solutions for four floors in an upcoming major

multiplex.

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Estimated at Rs 88 lakh, Epitome will be providing a networking model for

4,330 nodes with 114 dual face plate and 1,093 quad face plate technology, using

Tyco Electronics, which has been functioning actively since a long time in the

company's portfolio.

Commenting on Epitome's loyalty with Tyco, Ghosh said, “For big projects, we

need to ensure quality products with good after-sales support team. In this

project, we will be using all Tyco products because projects of this size demand

good quality products and support.”

Also, Ghosh hinted that soon, a Wi-Fi installation may be deployed in the

same area.

With the company heading towards emerging as the largest network integrator

in the East, Epitome has already completed a cumbersome project in Bengal

Engineering College. Also, the company is working towards completing deployments

in a short span of time.

Ghosh is expecting a 100 percent growth in the company compared to the

previous year's revenue.

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