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Aiming for the In 1991, BVR Mohan Reddy, the man who is known to have introduced CAD/GIS to India, ventured to form his own company. The result of which was InfoTech Enterprises Limited, a city-based software company which offers end-to-end solutions in the areas of GIS, CAD and e-business. The company's mission was to "integrate technology and talent for the 90s and beyond".

Even as the nineties saw Hyderabad evolve into an IT citadel, InfoTech grew, reporting impressive returns. In March 1997, the company went public, with its own initial public offering (IPO). On 17 December, 1998, InfoTech signed a break-through contract to provide GIS conversion, consulting and mapping services worth US $ 5.5 million (Rs. 23.40 crores) to US based Analytical Surveys Inc. Within a year, the company acquired Cartographic Sciences from Analyticals Surveys Inc. On 17 June 1999, InfoTech also acquired Dataview Solutions Limited, a UK based GIS Software Company. Today the company has two overseas subsidiaries; London-based Infotech Enterprises Europe and Information Software Solutions Inc, based in California, USA.

Naidu inaugurates Infotech's software centre
Infotech's range of services include digitization of drawings/maps, photogrammetry, application software development, software product development, consulting and implementation. In Hyderabad, its work is carried out in a 130,000 square feet, state-of-the-art software centre located in Madhapur, near Hitec city. Inaugurated by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu in January 2000, this centre is the largest in India and among the top three in the Asia Pacific region. InfoTech's global customers include several Fortune 100 companies in U.S.A., Europe, Japan and Australia. The company has about 1200 professionals who deliver high quality output. In fact in September 1999, Infotech was awarded the Fast Track Award from Smallworld Systems Private Ltd, UK, for completing a GIS project at Bharati Telenet Limited, in a record time of five months. The company's consolidated unaudited group income for the first quarter ending June 30, 2000 was Rs. 24.66 crore and net profit was Rs. 7.18 crore. Today multinationals like General Electric International and Walden International have a stake in the company. Infotech's headquartersInfotech is now gearing up to meet the challenges of the new millennium. With the aim to become a "global software powerhouse", the company has drawn up a document called Infovision, a growth document for the year 2003. The document addresses issues like growth strategy as well as strategies to create value within the organisation. According to CEO Mohan Reddy, "The company will be in the top ten players in the world".

Address: InfoTech Enterprises Limited, 42, Nagarjuna Hills, Punjagutta, Hyderabad- 500 082, Phone: 335 0939, Fax: 335 0841, E mail:


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