KOLKATA, INDIA: Intellisys is on an aggressive move across the country, tapping major zones and building its channel base.
The company has appointed Texonic as its distributor for the South region and is looking at building a channel network in West and to appoint a distributor there.
“We have our presence in North and South India through our channel partners and talks are on with regional distributors in the West to figure out an efficient channel base there. For the eastern part of India, we are not looking to appoint any distributor as we plan to cater to this region on our own,” commented Soumen Chakraborty, CEO, Intellisys.
The company will involve regional distributors across India and may consider a national distributor once the sales of its products increases and the channel base becomes tangible.
With Mumbai and Delhi accounting for over 60 percent of the company’s business, Intellisys is looking ahead for deployments in Northeast India taking initiatives to organize conferences with the government of Arunachal Pradesh.
Having two video conferencing products in its portfolio, namely Vennfer and Enlitor, the company is in the process of developing concepts for the reduction of bandwidth usage and portability across different ISPs. In this effort, Intellisys will soon be coming out with a 3D video conferencing solution, which provides real-time and high-end visuals.
“Our product is usable across different platforms operating on multiple location bases. It may be used on the desktop, laptop and 3G enabled mobile handsets. Nowadays, the concept of video conferencing is not only limited to the boardroom but portability and usage across different platforms is most crucial. Nearly 65 percent of the national market has been left untapped and it is this market that we are planning to address,” Chakraborty emphasized.
Intellisys is aggressively improvising on the price front and has cut the retail price of its 3D video conferencing by 40 percent.