Planetasia.com unveils new strategy

By : |November 13, 1999 0

BANGALORE: Planetasia.com Ltd. has unveiled its next generation strategy as e-Transformation Technologists. Planetasia.com president Anand Sudharshan said the projected users of the Internet by 2003 in India was likely to be around 70 million, and companies would leverage the web for business growth. He also said Planetasia.com would now offer a host of Internet services like web consultancy, e-commerce solutions, Intranets, extranets, web sites and audience development.


According to a company release, the new strategy has significant cost saving and revenue generation benefits for clients. It utilizes Planetasia’s business consultancy skills and knowledge of Internet technologies to replace, enhance and modify existing business processes to streamline and increase the efficiency of an organization’s functioning. This includes expertise in business scenarios like supply chain management, knowledge management and customer relationship management as well as emerging areas like enterprise application and integration. The initiative also seeks to develop new revenue opportunities for customers by creating access to new markets, geographies and channels through work areas like e-commerce, portals, web sites and community sites.


The Planetasia.com president also said that the company had the infrastructure to provide end- to-end business solutions and has alliances with Oracle, IBM and Microsoft, adding they are evaluating alliances with other platform vendors. He also said that company had a client base of 100 and is aiming at 200 by the end of March.


Microland also plans to launch a portal shortly which will be the group’s fifth entity. The group at present comprises Microland Ltd., ITspace.com, Planetasia.com and Micromedia. Mr. Sudarshan said that the portal would be a separate entity and that Microland was also yet to decide whether it would partner with an overseas portal.

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