Indore, India (PressExposure) April 28, 2011 -- AnyLinuxWork, a PHP web development company from India, wishes to seek local partnership in Australia during the 10th CeBIT Australia Show slated to begin on May 31st this year in Sydney.
ALW Team CEO Vivek Singhal informed on Thursday that the company has two focus areas, namely, 1) Direct business, and more importantly 2) Collaboration with a local IT company during the show. "That is because we wish that our future local partner must act as our front face while doing business in the country", he added.
There are several advantages of inviting partnership from a local IT company. First and foremost benefit is that communication with Australian clients would be easier and smoother. With a local partner around, ALW would be able to bridge the time and communication gaps between India and Australia. Second, having a local software development company, the understanding and functioning would become more efficient and Team ALW would be able to focus even over minor details for an efficient delivery. Third, despite that the cost would go up a little, it would result in efficient and fruitful overall working and dealing with clients.
ALW is seeking partnership with a smaller IT company in Australia with a set-up of around 15-20 professionals so that it could match our business temperament. "We have been working on this model in the US, the UK and quite a few other European countries and it has yielded remarkable results. Hence this motivates us all the more to seek as similar kind of partnership in Australia too that already has our clients," added the CEO. Being proponents of the open source world, we wish to create a like-minded partner preferably in Sydney or Melbourne where there are better opportunities of business.
Another vital benefit of having a local partner in Australia is that the partner would be able to make direct inquiries on our behalf. In addition, we wish to market our plug-n-play products through local partners or create more such products if there's a need that they can identify. Notably, ALW is also launching its three plug-n-play products at CeBIT Australia. The three products are: 'A ShopNetwork' - a shopping network application; Rent a Property - a rental portal for properties and mFit - a fitness portal.
Mr. Singhal shall be available to meet and talk about partnership opportunities with the local IT companies at the show, or otherwise in Sydney and Melbourne. He can be reached at email@example.com for any questions or scheduling a meeting.
AnyLinuxWork, an Indian company at CeBIT Australia, 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.