Language Cloud Hangs Over SME's - The Economic Times
Real game changer for SMEs in India will come when there is more software available in Indian Languages.
"Experts say, affordable and easy-to-use software are the need of the hour in order to get more of the 50 million SMEs in India to begin to use technology." Christopher Richard wants to be the Tata Consultancy Services for small-and-medium businesses in India, but he wants public cloud companies like Microsoft and Amazon to ...Read More >>
Release Date: Wednesday, 09-November-2016; Print/Mobile/Online Edition: Economic Times - Bangalore
Release Date: Thursday, 10-November-2016; Print Edition: Economic Times - Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata
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G7CR Technologies to hire 120 people - Times of India
BENGALURU: Bengaluru-based consulting and corporate training firm G7CR Technologies is hiring 120 people this year taking its total headcount to over 800 people. The firm is expanding its footprint to newer metros including Mumbai and Delhi.
The firm has also launched what it calls Business Enablement & Automation Program (BEAP) for SMEs offering customized solutions to cater to their business needs. Leveraging Microsoft's Azure cloud platform, G7CR would provide SMEs with software development, migration, adaption, implementation and 24X7 support...Read More >>
Release Date:Thursday, 24-November-2016; Online Edition: Times of India
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SME's find their place in the cloud - The Financial Express
Companies such as G7CR Technologies are enabling SMEs to adopt cloud infrastructure.
"Lack of financing coupled with fast paced digital disruption are proving to be major constraints for most SMEs today as they try to scale up and become increasingly competent." - says Christopher Richard, MD & Chief Software Architect, G7CR.
The bottom of the pyramid for business-to-business (B2B) companies are the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and their technology requirements are certainly very different from any large entity. Catering to their needs can be a very tricky challenge...Read More >>
G7CR Technologies unveils new IT solution - The Hindu Business Line; Deccan Herald
Bengaluru-based G7CR Technologies has launched an initiative that will help SMEs to build custom software free-of-cost.
"The IT solution will use Microsoft's cloud computing technology called Azure which will enable software development, migration, adaption, implementation, support and is free for life." - says Christopher Richard, MD & Chief Software Architect, G7CR.
However, the SME has to pay for hosting its technology. "The client would pay only on the cost per click basis for cloud usage, at actuals and can get a custom developed business automation application or existing standard solution depending on their needs at affordable price points. G7CR makes money by getting the 15 per cent on every SME signed up, which is the commission given by Microsoft to its partners,'' he added... Read More -The Hindu Business Line>>; Read More -Deccan Herald>>
Release Date: Saturday, 01-October-2016; Online Edition: The Hindu Business Line
Release Date: Friday, 30-September-2016; Print/Online Edition: Deccan Herald - Bangalore
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G7CR launches custom solutions for SME automation - NDTV Profit
Bangalore-based start-up G7CR Technologies has announced the launch of a business enablement and automation program for SMEs.
Bangalore-based start-up G7CR Technologies has announced the launch of a business enablement and automation program for SMEs. Leveraging Microsoft's Azure cloud platform, G7CR would provide software development, migration, adaption, implementation and support for SMEs, while the client would pay only on the cost per click basis for cloud usage....Read More>>
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