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Veetrag Computers to expand reach in Pune

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In a bid to expand its market reach, Sangli-based

Veetrag Computers has planned to open a new branch office in Pune.

“Veetrag Computers has witnessed a growth of about 24 percent in

the ERP implementation space, as compared to the last FY. For

providing ultimate satisfaction and better operational efficiency to

our customers at affordable prices, we have decided to open our new

branch office in Pune in the coming two months,” said Praveen Naik,

CEO, Veetrag Computers.

According to Naik, the branch office in Pune will

focus on the B- and C-class cities in Maharashtra. To penetrate into

the concerned cities, Veetrag would also appoint distributors in

Pune. The main focus for the new facility would be on selling

solutions for vendors and working on projects like datacenter,

structured cabling and many more. "Pune has always been a

growing market in terms of business, recognition by the vendors and

the demands of customers. Now customers need quality computer

peripherals at affordable prices and Veetrag Computers will give the

solution to the end-users, which they were feeling missing since long

time. We will also try to give best after-sales service support to

the customers."

Veetrag has a proven track record of providing

structured cabling and fiber networks for the educational institutes

and it will be looking at replicating the same in the textile,

manufacturing, and machine industries. The company attributed its

impressive growth to several large projects that were bagged and new

product additions made during the year. The new office would also

penetrate into the education sector since it is one of the major

business drivers for Veetrag. The company has repeated the success

story in the BFSI, healthcare and corporate sectors also. “The

company has posted revenue of Rs 24 crore in the last year and has

been successfully retaining most of its customers. However, the

education sector contributes to about 35 percent of the revenue. The

company will continue expanding its product range as well as the

branches,” added Naik.

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