August 28, 2016 12:39:11 pm
Bharti Airtel has announced its ‘India with Airtel’ suite of services that brings all of its telecom and connectivity solutions under one roof, to meet the needs of global companies looking to set up business in India.
‘India with Airtel’ is being positioned as one-stop-shop for availing all telecom and connectivity solutions including mobile and fixed telephony, global and domestic data capacity and connectivity solutions, VSAT, Virtual Private Network (VPN), data centre and cloud solutions, Value Added Services and payment and billing integration, machine-to-machine, and managed services.
The company believes that having all the solutions at one place will eliminate the challenge that global businesses may face — of dealing with multiple vendors and related integration issues — when they set up operations in the country. “Airtel will offer global companies, particularly those in the digital space, extensive market reach through joint go to market programmes,” a company release said, adding that telecom and connectivity solutions play a critical role in the current business environment.
“Given the impetus from the government’s Make in India and Digital India initiatives, India is fast becoming a definite strategic market for multinationals across the globe,” Ajay Chitkara, Director and CEO at Global Voice and Data Business, Bharti Airtel, said.
Airtel recently announced the company has started rolling out Aadhaar based e-KYC solution following the notification by the Department of Telecom, Government of India. Users will now be able to get hold of an Airtel SIM card without the need of any documents as they’ll be verified online based on Aadhaar card details. Airtel’s e-KYC solution is now live in company operated stores across Delhi NCR.
With Tech Desk inputs
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