neoteric to participate at InfoComm India 2013

September 10, 2013: neoteric infomatique ltd., one of India's leading value-added IT distribution companies is all set to debut at InfoComm India 2013 with its complete gamut of AV solutions and services under its own brand-property, neoteric Technology Solutions (nTS). InfoComm India 2013, scheduled for 16-18 September 20013 is one of the most coveted events for the Indian AV industry and more so this year as it has assumed larger proportions starting this time, in keeping with its increasing demand in the all- thriving AV industry. Infocomm India is a part of InfoComm, the largest annual conference and exhibition for AV buyers and sellers worldwide and it has conducted roadshows in India earlier in 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012. AV is one of neoteric's primary focus areas of business currently and neoteric's decision to participate at Infocomm complements its larger objective to enhance its contribution to the Indian AV industry and enrich its AV portfolio.


Speaking on the occasion, Anup Nair, Head- neoteric technology solutions (NTS), neoteric infomatique ltd. said, "We are thrilled and honoured to announce our debut-participation at InfoComm India at a time when InfoComm India has broadened its horizons of reach in India to engage more actively with the India market. Our participation at the event will definitely provide us with an excellent platform to showcase our extensive portfolio of state-of-the-art AV products and solutions that include leading brands like Alcatel-Lucent, AJA, Canon, Cybernetyx, Kramer, Wallflower, LG, Matrox, NEC, Panasonic, Polycom, Promise, Harman and AMX. We seek to leverage this opportunity to support, train and enable our trade and end-user visitors at the event to understand and implement our comprehensive range of AV solutions and satiate their appetite for new technologies."


He further added, "Infocomm has been the pioneer in developing and educating AV business technology worldwide and in India as well, by addressing opportunities and challenges faced by the AV industry while putting technology into practice and thereby, presenting live demonstrations to the largest audience of enterprise buyers, SMB buyers, channel buyers, press, analysts, partners and end-users -all in one place. Through our participation at Infocomm, we strive to join them in their efforts to develop the India market for AV technology and drive a deeper engagement with the Indian market and industry end-users in India. We look forward to meet our customers, partners and other visitors at INFOCOMM Booth # A7 to generate awareness and knowledge about products and solutions currently available to the AV consumers in India and help them understand latest trends in AV technology.


InfoComm India 2013 will certainly play a vital role in bridging the information and communication technology gap in India and take AV technology distribution and consumption to the next level."

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