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Orient Technologies opens new office in Singapore

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Mumbai-based Orient

Technologies has recently expanded its footprint

in Singapore by opening a new office named as Orient IT Services.

Speaking to The DQ Week, Ajay Sawant, MD, Orient Technologies

said, “The business operations across India has acted as a catalyst

to help Orient Technologies deepen its geographical reach and thus

increase revenue. We want our employees to have a complete

understanding of customer's needs and problems.”

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according to Sawant, the new operational office in Singapore will

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services

on the technology-based projects including computing,

networking, server and many more. “We have always been successful
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in redefining concepts by continuous exposure to new technologies,

and offering creative work environment, which is conducive to

innovation.”
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added that they would also focus their business strategies on the

ASEAN nations, concentrating on SEZ and STPI projects. The new office

would be dealing with various major brands including Citrix, Cisco,
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IBM, HP, Fortinet and Symantec. Explaining the business prospect for

the newly opened Singapore office, Sawant added that the company

would be touching
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million

The solution provider

has

also planned to enter the cloud computing zone and the cloud

operation would be executed by April 2011. “Through our services,

we would be focusing on the SMB segment and we expect business growth

of about 25 to 30 percent in the FY '10-11. “With an extensive

customer list across various verticals and market segments, our aim

is to influence customer behavior through meaningful communication

with our customers,” said Sawant. The solution provider has full

fledged sales and services offices across eight cities backed by a

dedicated facilities management and technical support team. With

widespread expertise across networking, security, storage, wireless,

and other domains, Orient is currently supporting over 27 cities

across India.

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