AnyLinuxWork, as per its habit of displaying professionalism, is launching an electronic campaign to fix meetings with the local IT companies prior to its participation in the 10th CeBIT Australia Show that kicks off on May 31st in Sydney. As part of its well-thought out strategy to judicially utilize the platform, Team ALW is trying to convey mutual synergies to the local Australian companies through the campaign.
ALW CEO Vivek Singhal informed on Friday that the entire team had been systematically tracking down contacts and making a note of prospective visitors to the stall. “While we are sure that CeBIT itself is a great platform to showcase our services, we are equally determined to use this opportunity smartly. So we are holding meetings after CeBIT in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne so that people who couldn’t join us during CeBIT can make use of these personal one-to-one meetings,” he added.
The purpose of showcasing in CeBIT Australia is to create an image of AnyLinuxWork before the Australian companies while the business would follow automatically, he informed. “We are going with a long term goal of understanding Australian IT needs and answering any questions they might have in terms of outsourcing of the entire Project Life Cycle (PLC) process rather than getting business over the counter,” said Mr Singhal who shall be accompanied with senior team including COO Nidhi Mongia and senior Project Manager Dinesh Panchal.
Another vital advantage of this campaign is that the back-end team at ALW shall benefit a lot from the interactions and shall be able to prepare itself for meeting the cultural needs and requirements of Australian companies to serve them even better in the times to come.
AnyLinuxWork is participating in CeBIT Australia 2011 as an Indian PHP web development company and has a vision of being a leading company in the world of open source world to be able to contribute positively towards the growth of Software Industry in India. Its participation at CeBIT Australia is marked by its two important objectives: 1) Direct business and 2) Collaboration with a local IT firm.