Indian IT giant targets region

Targeting the Middle East is a must for "any serious IT player", according to one Indian company that will be exhibiting at this year's GITEX Technology Week.

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By  Administrator Published  September 24, 2008

Targeting the Middle East is a must for "any serious IT player", according to one Indian company that will be exhibiting at this year's GITEX Technology Week.

Barnali Chakraborty, manager, export business for Xenitis Infotech, the IT division of Indian giant Xenitis Group, says: "The Middle East's buoyant IT economy must be addressed. GITEX is the link between manufacturers and buyers from across the Middle East".

Chakraborty says the company will showcase its range of laptops and computer cabinets at this year's show.

Xenitis Infotech boasts India's first state-of-the-art hardware component manufacturing plant, catering for about 90% of the component demand in India. The company plans to start manufacturing motherboards, RAMs and monitors in the near future.

Now the company wishes to concentrate on building international business, according to Chakraborty. "GITEX will be an important platform to showcase our strengths," he adds.

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