Kaseya begins India operations with $10 mn investment planMay 23rd, 2008 - 11:26 am ICT by admin
Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) US-based global IT services provider Kaseya will set up the world’s first super network operating centre (NOC) in Bangalore by mid-June as part of its $10 million investment plan in India. Announcing the launch of the its Indian operations here Thursday, Kaseya India managing director Girish Krishnamurthy said the NOC will serve the company’s global customers.
“India offers many opportunities for Kaseya and we expect it to become the second largest market, next to the US, where we manage two million computers,” he said.
Kaseya’s IT automation framework transparently and remotely manages desktop computers, data and computing environments of different sizes. Initially, Kaseya will focus on large markets like financial services and retail segments.
The Indian operations will be headquartered in Bangalore with sales offices in Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai and Hyderabad. Kaseya also operates from Britain, Australia, Singapore, Brazil and the Netherlands.
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