Chennai, Dec 27 (UNI) City-based Origin Infosys, a leading IT services and solutions provider, has successfully delivered the single largest order for a Tamil Nadu Government school project, worth Rs 80 crore, from ELCOT for 2006-07.
The project envisaged implementation of hardware and networking in more than 2,000 schools in Tamil Nadu.
Riding on this success, the company was confident of achieving a growth of over 30 per cent to touch revenues of Rs 200 crore by 2010. Talking to newspersons here today, company CEO B Bhaskar said IT and BPO companies were looking at an one-stop solution for managing the entire infrastructure. Large companies and start-ups find it extremely difficult to manage this and outsourcing becomes the most viable option, he added.
''Our strength in IT services combined with infrastructure is a very unique model, which is being well received in the market. Our focus is to gain recognition as a dependable player in IT infrastructure creation and support,'' he said.
Leading companies like Cognizant, Sutherland, Siebel, Oracle and Sun Microsystems utilised the facilities for corporate training, he said, adding that ''this opened up doors for creation of plug and play development centres. The company will expand and move to other areas like North and West by the end of 2008.'' UNI