Mumbai : Inspira Enterprise, the leading IT solution provider today announced the introduction of TCS process where the focus would be on Total and Complete Satisfaction. TCS process is aimed at helping organizations deal with the data management and security issues of their IT infrastructure, net-worth and access control systems.
“The need for introducing TCS (Total and Complete Satisfaction) process arose from the fact that a large number of customer organizations are realizing the need for efficiency and accountability on a single platform, said Mr. Vishal Jain, Director, Inspira Enterprise. Inspira Enterprise provides various IT, Networking, Compute and Storage, SAP ERP and Homeland Security solutions in partnership with the well-known technology companies like HP, Dell, Juniper, SAP and several others.
Headquartered in Mumbai, Inspira operates from New Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore in India, and Singapore. It is firmly positioned as an end-to-end integrator in verticals like Government, BFSI, Public Sector Undertakings (PSU), Telcos and IT/ITeS. Besides supply and implementation of security devices and solutions, the organization also endeavors to educate and provide expertise on the best combinations of solutions available to suit customer needs.
With a strong pan-India presence and over 100 employees, the company is serving major clients like Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, Airtel, Vodafone, Vijaya Bank, Canara Bank among others. “We have a strong team of subject matter experts and technical resources who are trained and certified on various technologies to bridge the gap between customer requirements and available solutions,” says Vishal Jain.
The company has successfully carved a unique market position as a true value added partner of hardware, software and IT services (a.k.a IT Aggregator). “Inspira’s expertise and resource pool allow us to be an extension to our OEM partners in India coupled with system integrator capabilities to address end customer requirements. This is what differentiates us from the other players in the market,” concludes Jain.
source : Lokesh Shastri