In2IT Technologies brings Microsoft cloud to Bhubaneswar to help local businesses surge ahead and grow faster
New Delhi, December 29, 2015 In2IT Technologies, a Gold Partner of Microsoft is enabling the businesses in Odisha with enterprise-grade cloud technology from Microsoft. The company provides a wide array of Microsoft cloud services including Office 365, Azure and CRM Online, to its customers from different industry sectors – Govt., Education, BFSI, Utility and Enterprise. These services can help the businesses in Odisha grow and become more profitable and productive. With modern technologies like cloud, companies will be able to connect better with suppliers, distributors, government agencies and grow their business.
The Indian Information Technology (IT) sector is expected to grow 11 per cent per annum and triple its current annual revenue to reach US$ 350 billion by FY 2025, as per NASSCOM. In yet another Gartner report, the public cloud market alone in the country was estimated to treble to US$ 1.9 billion by 2018. Odisha, one of the most progressive states in the country, is home to businesses across various industry sectors ranging from very large enterprises to SMBs. This provides an opportunity for technology providers like Microsoft to educate and help them adopt the latest technologies to expand their business.
Office 365, Azure and CRM Online are available from the India datacenters of Microsoft and ensure the highest level of security and regulatory compliance. With an expansive network of 10,000+ partners, Microsoft understands the needs and challenges of businesses including large enterprises and SMBs and is working closely with them to support them in their cloud journey. In2IT Technologies Pvt Ltd, has registered 75% year-on-year growth in its business, riding on high adoption of Microsoft Office 365, Azure and CRM amongst its customers. It aims to extend this success to more businesses in the state.
Alok Lall, Director – Apps and Services Marketing, Microsoft India said, “Cloud Technology provides significant opportunities for businesses to achieve their business goals and meet their IT needs. With the availability of our cloud-based services from the local datacenters, businesses can access new markets, engage with customers more efficiently, and manage their costs better. We are excited to be associated with In2IT Technologies Pvt Ltd and committed to provide the best of cloud technologies for businesses of all size in Odisha. This further fuels our vision of enabling the mobile-first, cloud-first world with the most modern solutions and helping businesses across the country to grow with technology and accelerate their business.”
Rudra Shankar Shatapathy, Managing Director, In2IT Technologies Pvt. Ltd, “The world today is driven by technology and it is important for businesses of all sizes and sectors to adopt the latest technology if they want to stay ahead of the curve. Our association with Microsoft is a major step in this direction and we will continue to work towards enabling the digital transformation of businesses across various sectors. “
Speaking about the technology landscape in Odisha, Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research said, “As per an independent research done by Greyhound research, around 84% of SMBs in the Khorda district itself, do not have access to suitable technologies to run their business. This shows the need to educate businesses and make them understand about the long term benefits of adopting technology, for their growth and expansion. Cloud technology is poised to play a key role in ensuring that the SMBs in Odisha are able to grow through effective collaboration and become more profitable.”
Microsoft Office 365, Azure and CRM Online help businesses collaborate, communicate, and connect better in their ecosystem and expand to more markets and customers. The combination of online applications and always-on customer support gives businesses the desired competitive edge and helps explore newer opportunities. Cloud technology can not only help businesses expand, but also help the country progress toward the “Make in India” vision of transforming itself into a global leader.