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BNA launches India's first online IT store

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Bangalore, May 16 (UNI) The city-based BNA Technology Consulting., today announced the launch of a new online venture, www.bnaITmart.com, offering a wide range of branded IT and networking products and accessories at competitive prices.

The new venture combined e-tailing with the creation of a localised support channel across India to make delivery of a complete IT infrastructure solution possible without the customer having to travel to the nearest Tier I or Tier II city in search of the same, a company release here said.

With over two decades of experience in building high-quality IT infrastructure for leading corporates across India, BNA's offer included Tablet PCs, Notebook PC, Notebooks, Thin Clients, Servers, Data and Voice cabling, wireless switches, routers, IP cameras, Plotters, Scanners, Printers and Operating systems.

All the major manufacturers, including HP, Lenovo-IBM, Acer, Fujitsu, Microsoft, Redhat, Adventnet, Systemax, Tyco, D-Link, 3com, and APC, would have a wide range within the product line.

Commenting on the new venture, BNA Technology Consulting Managing Director V Ranganathan said ''We are certain that there is a demand for quality IT/networking products in Tier III cities and towns.

More and more small and medium businesses in these places are setting up or sprucing their IT infrastructure relying on whatever resources is available locally or trying to tap into the expertise in Tier II and I cities.

''These options are either expensive or esult in poor implementation which constrain these businesses from taking maximum advantage of IT/networking. www.bnaITmart.com is our attempt to address this challenge and tap into this growing, unpenetrated market,'' he added.

UNI VK RG GM1925

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