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Twin Cities Computer Dealers Association was formed in 1996 and plays an important role in unifying the computer dealers of the twin cities. By bringing all the computer dealers of the twin cities under one roof, the Association is able to communicate the problems faced by them in an effective way. It resolves disputes between computer dealers by evolving a code of conduct which places emphasis on mutual respect for each other and honouring the commitments in terms of payments, etc. The Association also helps the government in framing the policies related to Information Technology."Recently the members of the Association met Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and requested him to evolve a rational tax structure for all computer peripherals which will help in boosting the business of computer dealers," said TS Srinivasan, Secretary, Twin Cities Computer Dealers Association.

Printer- Redefining the clarity of printingThe Association which has nearly 150 dealers as its members including 25 corporate bodies, conducts workshops from time to time to make the members abreast of the latest developments in the software field. They also organize an annual family event where the members of the Association gather with their families and have lots of fun. "This family get together helps the computer dealers of the twin cities to understand each other informally," said TS Srinivasan. The recent family event was held at Tulip Manohar, where all the members played games like tambola and had lots of fun. The members of the Association meet every 45 days and discuss the problems faced by the computer dealers and analyze the developments taking place in the IT sector.

Mr TS SrinivasanAbout the future plans of the Association, he says, "once the dark clouds hovering around the IT sector fizzle out then we will have a lot of work to do, particularly in shaping the IT scenario in the state," says Srinivasan. The Association plans to set up its own office and expand further in terms of adding new members to its Association. About the bad phase, the software field is passing through, Mr Srinivasan feels that this is a temporary one and will not last for long. "This is the time when we need to upgrade ourselves in terms of technical expertise," says Srinivasan.

Mr Srinivasan is also the CEO of Octagon CCS, a company which offers consultancy services in the IT related field. The company provides software solutions right from networking onwards to integrating the same with hardware and software. They deal with computers and peripherals of companies of repute like Hewlett Packard, IBM, Acer, Epson, and Samsung.

Octagon CCS, 157/6, I Floor
Staff Road, Gunrock Enclave
Secunderabad-500 009

Phone: 789 6625
Fax: 781 0015

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