Delhi Co signs two MoUs at INDIASOFT

By : |February 21, 2003 0



NEW DELHI: Supertech Software & Hardware Pvt Ltd (SSHPL), a Delhi-based company, specialized in software development and hardware installation, has signed two Memoranda of Understanding with the Information Technology Solutions of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the Latest Technologies International Ltd, Uganda. The MOUs were signed at the INDIASOFT 2003 being held in New Delhi.


Ms Anjali Roychowdhury, Managing Director, SSHPL, said that the expertise the company has developed over a period in software development and hardware installation has helped to clinch the deal with two important companies in the African region. “This is only a hub to penetrate into the Saharan and sub-Saharan region which has been identified as promising areas of India’s software and hardware and ICT,” she said.


Ms Roychowdhury, one among the few women entrepreneurs in the ICT, is focussing on a broad range of software, including e-learning, e-commerce, e-business and e-governance. The MOUs envisage cooperation in these niche areas where the company has developed considerable expertise. In both the MOUs, there is focus on e-learning, e-business and e-governance. Also, the MOUs provide for localization of the educational and IT content in both the countries. MOUs also provide for training of trainers as also computerization of colleges and universities in both the countries.


As a part of the programme, SSHPL will help installation of V-SAT and developing connectivity with colleges, schools and universities. Ms Roychowdhury mentioned that SSHPL has already signed two agreements with overseas partners with the Uzbekistan Government and a private entity in Nepal. In Uzbekistan, a pilot project is being implemented for computerization of 50 colleges. In Nepal, the MOU has been signed with the Pashupati Infotech for e-learning.


On the domestic front, SSHPL is doing the business through Super Infosoft Pvt Ltd. The Ministry of Information Technology has selected the company for Vidyavani Project for implementation of the pilot project in 200 schools all over India.

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