G7CR Technologies India has reported its expansion plan in the global market by setting its footprints in the Middle East and Africa region (MEA).
Capitalizing on the growing demand for cloud services across industries, G7CR will help its Indian customers with their Go to Market support and help them expand in the MEA region, as well as partner with local companies to help them on their Cloud journeys and to tap into the company’s presence in India.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Christopher Richard, MD & Chief Cloud Architect, G7CR Technologies India Pvt Ltd, said, “We are excited to start operations in the MEA region as it holds a lot of potential for the cloud market. Our specific focus in India has always been on the small and medium businesses, startups and especially the Independent Software Vendors and that will be the same even now. One of the primary reasons for us to take up this geography is not only the potential of this market but also the potential and the opportunities that we will be providing to our Indian customers who have already partnered with G7 CR.”
The company plans to work with startups and small and medium businesses in the Middle East and African(MEA) region as well and help them in their automation and digital journey. The rising adoption of cloud services across numerous industries such as BFSI, media & entertainment, hospitality, and retail & consumer goods, will drastically drive the demand for cloud computing technologies in the region over the coming years.
G7 CR has emerged as an expert Azure Managed Services Partner driving cloud transformation for over 800+ businesses across India. G7CR’s global technology partners like Alibaba.com, Amazon, Digicert, Microsoft and Softlayer, among others, help drive digital transformation among various organizations with new technologies and proven methodologies for optimizing cost and value-added growth.
Being a leader in providing Cloud Service, G7 CR has been clocking 100% Year-on-Year growth and with COVID-19 the demand for cloud services has gone up resulting in more demand from startups, SMEs and SMBs across the globe.