As part of strengthening its presence in India, software major Microsoft Corporation is opening offices in six cities of the country.
The offices will be opened at Coimbatore, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Indore, Nagpur and Chandigarh.
With the expansion, Microsoft will have presence in 13 cities in the country, a company release said here yesterday.
The expansion strategy would include establishing a direct sales infrastructure, broadening partner eco system and market education initiatives and programmes, it said.
Microsoft, with an enhanced presence, would enable the small and mid-market organisations to easily access a comprehensive portfolio of its products and services, faster deployment of customised solutions and increased support from both the company and its partners.
Under the geo-expansion plan, the company would work with broad channel partners to impart information on Microsoft products and licensing to serve IT needs of the business customers in the territory, the release added. (Agencies)
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