NEC India ranks top in KTS by Frost & Sullivan
India Infoline News Service/ Mumbai 17:00 , Sep 24, 2013 According to Frost and Sullivan report, Indian enterprise telephony market grew by 8.9% in CY 2012 as compared to 2011, recording revenue of US$229mn
NEC India Pvt. Ltd, a leading display, network and IT solutions provider, has been ranked No.1 in the Key Telephone System (KTS) segment of India in a recent industry report released by market research firm, Frost & Sullivan. As stated in the report- Frost & Sullivan Indian Enterprise Telephony Market CY 2012, the company has achieved an overall number four position in CY 2012 based on the overall revenue figures, thereby establishing itself as one of the most preferred brands in this segment of India.
In the highly competitive economic landscape where increasing market share proves to be an obstacle, NEC has risen to this challenge by demonstrating excellent execution skills and technological leadership.
According to the Frost and Sullivan report, the Indian enterprise telephony market grew by 8.9% in CY 2012 as compared to 2011, recording revenue of US$229mn. The market witnessed growth across all quarters in 2012 and is projected to grow at a moderate rate in the coming quarters. The top contributors in this year were government, manufacturing and ITeS vertical. The healthcare and the BFSI segment also witnessed some good traction.
Zubair Alam, General Manager of Sales & Marketing, NEC India commented, “The Frost & Sullivan ranking clearly demonstrates NEC’s continued commitment towards strengthening our communication and telephony business in India. With strong presence in verticals like the government, hospitality, healthcare, etc, we have been able to fortify our presence in other segments like transport, energy, power, infrastructure, enterprise, BFSI etc. Although we have been launching new products of Unified Communication solutions with triple play mobility solutions we ensured the upgrading of our KTS platform from mere TDM to IP switching platform. This superior technology offering has enabled us to garner greater market share and attain No. 1 position. As the telephony market is migrating from its current TDM to unified business platform, NEC with its complete solution offering from IP switching KTS to UC solution is well positioned as a holistic solution provider to retain its existing position in KTS segment and improve its strength in other segments as well.”
NEC’s high quality and innovative design is well committed to offer the best in business solution offering to ensure its leading position in all forms of market dynamics.
Vipen Malhotra, President & CEO, Syntel commented, “Our long standing partnership with NEC has only grown stronger over the years and NEC being declared numero uno in the KTS segment is nothing but an emphatic endorsement of NEC’s product portfolio by the Indian customers. The ranking will help us make deeper inroads into the rapidly growing telephony market in India while enabling us move towards integrating a customer’s business processes with their telephone system, besides offering a suite of productivity enhancing computer telephony applications to create a win-win for our customers’ customers, our customers and us in the process.”
Keeping in mind the price-sensitive yet value-conscious Indian market, NEC India provides cost effective solutions that meet the requirements of our local customers. Catering to the growing demand, there is a robust partner ecosystem in place alongside a prompt service delivery network. NEC has expanded its reach across the country and has more than 70 service centers in India.
In addition to Telephony Systems, NEC India also offers a wide range of total IT platform solutions in the areas of Unified Communication, Retail Solutions, Near Field Communication solutions, Public Safety and Solution Private Network Solutions. NEC offers a full range of products and services tailor made for businesses of any size and industry, and is committed to fostering interoperability among immersive telepresence systems, room systems, executive and desktop endpoints as well as mobile clients.