Along with iValue identifying the right partners in tier I and tier II cities
Propalms has announced its plans of tapping newer markets in India. The company wants to expand its channel base across tier-I and tier-II cities and the expansion plan includes a major focus on national system integrators (NSI) sign ups as well as business expansion in new territories.
Propalms, with the help of iValue, is currently in process of identifying the right partners in tier I and tier II cities like Nasik, Nagpur, Ahmadabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Coimbatore, Kochi and Mangalore.
The company informed that Propalms is 100 per cent channel driven worldwide and follows the same strategy in India. Over the last three to four years, the Propalms India team has been working hard on setting up base in India. Propalms’ customer base in India is over 200 and is spread across all leading industry verticals. At present, the company has around 50 partners and this number is expected to increase to 75 by March 2014 and touch 100 by March 2015.
Vijender Yadav, VP (Product Development), Propalms, said, “Our vision is to emerge as one of the best channel driven companies in India. In order to achieve this, we are consistently working towards improvising our channel strategies to create the right environment that will encourage channel partners. For us, improvement is an ongoing process and we have been ensuring the same with our channel partners as well. A healthy and ever-growing partner association has been a core reason for our channel retention and expansion in India over last the four years and it will continue in the future.”