GM Infotech gets aggressive in business

DQW Bureau
19 Nov 2001
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GM Infotech and Systems, a multi-faceted IT company involved in job consultancy service, software development, training and e-Commerce business, is getting aggressive in business. The one-year-old company has recently launched two indigenously developed software products called e-Scrap and e-HRMS in the market. It has also signed with German-based Bieber Consultancy for offering training program in animation, besides developing software for overseas market.

"In job market, our focus would be mainly on SAP as there is a huge potential worldwide. The demand for qualified SAP professionals is growing day by day, both in the domestic and overseas market," said K Buhary, Director, GM Infotech and Systems (P) Ltd.

Apart from hunting for qualified SAP professionals, GM Infotech is also prepared to take freshers and train them in SAP. 

GM Infotech has alliance with over 40 companies worldwide for supplying qualified and skilled professionals in various areas. "We have clients in Gulf, UK, Singapore, Malaysia, German and USA," added



The company is offering a host of training programs ranging from basic courses to professional programs. "Professional Diploma in Master Animation is an unique program offered by us, in association with Bieber Consultancy. It is a six month program aimed at nurturing hi-end professional animators in India," he said.

GM Infotech is planning to set-up an animation studio here with an investment of Rs 2 crore during early next fiscal. The studio is proposed to take care of overseas projects bagged in association with Bieber Consultancy. "We are expecting to make Rs 2 crore in the first year of operations in animation business," he said.

e-Scrap is a solution facilitating disposal of scrap through online tender process. This is a high-end solution targeted at companies having presence in multiple locations and the product is priced Rs 60,000. "We are in the process of developing a standard package for small companies," quipped Buhary. e-HRMS is a web-enabled human resource management system aimed at bringing paper-less environment in offices.