Areteans to expand in Bengal

PTI | Kolkata | Updated: 18-05-2019 01:35 IST | Created: 17-05-2019 18:08 IST
Areteans to expand in Bengal

South based IT company, Areteans Technology has identified West Bengal to expand its first destination in the domestic market, a top official said on Friday. "We do not have a business now in the east. But due to easy access to the talent here we have decided to expand here first then moving to other locations," CEO of Areteans Mahesh Agrawal said.

The small IT company has taken 120 seater facility in Salt Lake, the IT hub of Kolkata and hopes to expand it further in a year's time. "We are a Rs 60 crore company now but we hope to double it in two years time," Agarwal said.

The company is also a key implementation partner of Boston based Pegasystems Inc, a key player in the CRM space. Pegasystems India claimed it is growing fast in India and already has received a contract in the Rs 2500 crore E- Pragati project a statewide rollout of citizen services for Andhra Pradesh.

"As the market demand for Pega rapidly expands worldwide and in India, partners play a critical role in orchestrating digital transformation for our leading customers. We are delighted to witness Areteans grow rapidly and launch a world-class delivery centre in Kolkata," Pegasystems India country head Suman Reddy Eadunuri said.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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