21 August 2017

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Canon India shares expansion plans for Office Imaging Solutions Division

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Canon India Pvt Ltd, India’s No. 1 Complete Digital Imaging Company, today shared the growth journey for its Office Imaging Solutions division (OIS) in India since last 16 years and the growth plans for the division by the end of 2015. The division planned deeper penetration in C, D and E towns and further expanded the service location from before 546 to 700+ locations currently to support development in smaller cities.

Amplifies focus on SMEs and PSU segment
Target 100 customers for Managed Document Services by 2013
Aims to expand in tier II, III and IV markets

Are Indian Small Business Geared for Cloud Computing?

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With globalisation and rapid advancement in technology, cloud computing remains a sure way to cut down costs and scale up profits for medium and small scale enterprises.

Do the E-Commerce Sites Really Make Money?

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Internet has revolutionized almost every aspect of trade and commerce and created great new avenues to mint money by harnessing the power of seamless connectivity at your fingertips. In this connection, credit should be given to Michael Aldrich, the inventor of online shopping, nowadays known as e-commerce which has really changed the way business is transacted. In broader sense, e-commerce can be dissected into e-tailing on websites, compiling and use of demographic data, electronic data interchange and business to business transactions.

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Lenovo attracts SMEs

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Personal computer maker Lenovo unveiled a PC store for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), its first in the country.

The store aims to address the specific needs of the SME customer by making the 'Think' brand accessible to them and offering solutions that address the SME community, the company said.

‘SMEs investing heavily in IT’

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SMBs are increasingly adopting technology for the betterment of their business and are investing heavily on tools like PCs, the Internet and website to market themselves and compete in global/domestic markets, a Zinnov study revealed.

The study further said that while the overall domestic IT spending is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12 per cent to reach $36 bn by 2015, SMBs will grow at a CAGR of 15 per cent contributing $15 bn by 2015.

Titled 'Indian SMB ICT Adoption Insights’, the study highlights the current state of IT adoption in the SMB segment in India, and predicts the likely trends going forward.

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