Zenith announces India expansion plans
Bengaluru-based Zenith Software (ZSL) has announced its India expansion plans to strengthen its presence in India to tap the growing domestic IT market especially in the banking and government (e-governance) sectors.
Currently the company is managing its sales and operations through 10 cities and is now expanding its network to cover PAN India with presence in additional 25+ cities. These include Kochi, Chandigarh, Indore, Dehradun, Aurangabad, Guwahati and Raipur.
The presence of ZSL in these additional 25+ cities would be accomplished by setting up its own offices and through appointment of channel partners. The company would also be recruiting and doubling its current sales force across the country within a year.
´The government´s digital India Initiative, new technological shift (SMAC and Open Source ) in Indian banking landscape and exponential growth in the size of the domestic IT market has created a perfect ecosystem to further excel and increase our already well established presence in the domestic market´ said Anoop Singh Sengar, President & Deputy CEO, ZSL. ´ZSL is on the path of transformation through ´innovation with excellence´ to meet the current needs of the Industry that is looking for cost optimisation from a reliable partner who can change their IT landscape to industry standard open source,support their cloud enablement and Unified infrastructure provisioning with deployment option of SAAS, PAAS and IAAS model.´
ZSL had incubated an Innovation lab in 2012 and migrated its core solutions to industry standard open source and multi-tenant architecture to meet the industry demand. ZSL´s Flagship Product ´Banc724 CBS´ is the first in class enterprise solution on open source for cooperative banking segment and micro finance institutions. ´Currently we are empowering over 25 of our Indian clients on open source and cloud technologies. With the above mentioned expansion plans that will ensure our presence in every state and strong channel network in India, we aim to cater to a mass segment who are looking for technology up-gradation with better ROI´ added Anoop Singh Sengar.