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Azilen Technologies & GANTNER announces partnership

Product engineering major Azilen Technologies inks partnership with GANTNER, a leader in access control, ticketing, locking, and cashless payment systems.

ANI | Ahmedabad (Gujarat) | Updated: 17-09-2020 11:04 IST | Created: 17-09-2020 11:04 IST
Azilen Technologies & GANTNER announces partnership
Azilen Technologies & GANTNER announces collaboration for operational and delivery management. Image Credit: ANI

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India] September 17 (ANI/PRNewswire): Product engineering major Azilen Technologies inks partnership with GANTNER, a leader in access control, ticketing, locking, and cashless payment systems. This partnership will see Azilen extend world-class delivery, talent attraction and retention, and operational management for GANTNER in its quest to accelerate product development to the next level.

Azilen Technologies, the global provider of high-end Product Engineering solutions announces its partnership with GANTNER (headquartered in Austria), the global leader in access control, ticketing, locking, and cashless payment systems. The partnership will see Azilen share infrastructure and operational management with GANTNER, as they come together to offer market-leading solutions.

"Offering product engineering services since 2009 helps us understand the nuances of the industry and deliver solutions that enhance productivity. Azilen Technologies is proud to partner with GANTNER and add value to their ecosystem by offering best-in-class delivery, talent, and operational management to accelerate the product development goals of the existing Gantner team," said Naresh Prajapati, CEO of Azilen Technologies. The partnership will help GANTNER access the highly acknowledged and globally-trusted Delivery, Talent, and Operational Management expertise of Azilen. This will help GANTNER focus on the core business of building futuristic products and improve efficacy.

"Our partnership with Azilen Technologies comes at a very crucial time when the world is reeling under the COVID-19 pandemic and waves of uncertainty. We were looking for a partner who could understand our business as well as help us expand our India operations. Azilen Technologies compliment us with their product engineering, delivery, operations, and process management expertise that will surely help us transcend our product development vision to the next level," said Elmar Hartmann, CEO of GANTNER. This story is provided by PRNewswire. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/ PRNewswire)



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