Abhishek Rungta speaks during a conferance.
Inayat-ur-Rahman, Deputy Business Editor
The Indian-based firm Indus Net Technologies (INT), is planning to enter the UAE technology market.
The firm is a trusted partner of the fastest-growing Enterprises, Agencies, SMEs, and Startups across 20+ countries.
Abhishek Rungta, Founder and CEO of Indus Net Technologies told Gulf Today that an addition to their established offices in UK, USA, Singapore, Canada and Australia, they are actively working towards expanding their reach in the Middle East with a focus on the UAE market via technology partnerships.
He mentioned that the UAE has taken a leadership role in the Middle East region with the government sector leading the charge in technology adoption.
“Dubai has largely been responsible for changing the mindset when it comes to adopting new technologies.”
With 750+ team members, INT has been working with leading brands along with prestigious Government projects. They have established a digital partnership with the Government of India to establish a direct channel of communication with the citizens of India by developing the flagship virtual platform MyGov app. It helps to crowdsource ideas and input for better governance as part of the “Digital India” initiative.
INT. is also a well-known solution provider in the BFSI and Pharma sector in India as well as in the UK, USA, and the European market. Ageas, Mastercard, BNP Paribas, Santander, Tesco Bank, ICICI Bank, Cipla being a few of their clients.
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