Maples ESM launches new facility
Maples ESM has announced the launch of its $12 million facility in Chennai.india Updated: May 17, 2006 16:29 IST
Maples ESM on Wednesday announced the launch of its $12 million facility in Chennai.
The facility set up on 30,000 sq feet containing a data centre, Network Operations Centre and a Security Operations Centre, would include several high-end servers like IBM Mainframe, HP, Sun and networking gears designed to provide 'Remote IT Infrastructure Management' services.
It will provide human resources management services and infrastructure management to medium and large-scale organisations, Maples ESM Managing Director N Ram Subramani told reporters.
The firm, providing Enterprise Systems Management (ESM) Services, was anticipating a growth of 300 per cent in the next two years, Subramani said.
"With the market for infrastructure management growing in leaps and bounds, we are confident of generating a revenue of $100 million by 2008," he said, adding they would concentrate on strategic partnership for enhanced business opportunities in overseas market and bringing in direct clients for remote infrastructure management.
Maple's training division had a 93 per cent placement record and had trained and placed nearly 7,200 students from second-rung engineering colleges from all over South India in MNC's, Subramani said.