Hyderabad firm gets Malaysian contract
Tuesday, June 09, 2009 (20:20:14)
Tags: Business, Trade Agreement, InfoTech, Malaysia
Hyderabad: City-based technology solutions provider InfoTech Enterprises will put in place a system to streamline work processes for a Malaysian power utility, the company said today.
The multi-million-dollar contract to implement the enterprise GIS information system - which can streamline work processes, integrate data and systems, and reduce duplication of effort and data - has been awarded by engineering solutions provider in CONTROL Tech (iTEC), also of Malaysia.
The enterprise GIS systems project for power utility Teenage National Bud will take five years to implement, said an InfoTech statement.
"We are expanding our footprint in the Asia Pacific region. This (contract) will contribute to our deep domain expertise in handling the requirements of electrical utilities globally," said InfoTech chairman and managing director B.V.R. Mohan Reddy.
InfoTech, which plans to set up an office in Malaysia, did not spell out the contract amount. (IANS)