Telegenisys upgrades indian facilities

Telegenisys upgrades Indian facilities

Fairfield, CA: 16th January 2017 – Telegenisys Inc. has moved its data center in India to high-end commercial infrastructure space in the East Court building next to Phoenix Center in Viman Nagar Pune. Space features three levels of power generation equipment, multiple fibers, and wireless Internet service providers, high end physical and data security infrastructure. The building is located in the center of Viman Nagar near Hyatt Regency, Sheraton, and other major hotel properties to support our visiting clients. Viman Nagar is located close to the Pune airport, shopping, hospitals, and other high-end retail outlets.

Mark Merani, CEO said “Viman Nagar move was voted in by our staff. With 2.7-year average tenure, Telegenisys offers unprecedented employee satisfaction and unheard-of amenities to our staff. This location offers a better work environment for our staff and is located right next to a major shopping center and affordable housing at the same time.”

Telegenisys VPO Henry Cobb said “I approved the location because it moves the physical security parameter further out from our operations, our clients’ data and our employees, at a lower cost. This lets us focus more energy on processes and data security. It’s also a location that our employees are at more at ease at. The result is better performance for our clients at a lower cost.”
Companies that need reliable, secure, and affordable offshore services can find more information at www.telegenisys.com.

TELEGENISYS INC.

Telegenisys Inc. is a Delaware corporation with its main headquarters in California. It was formed in 1994 to improve the efficiency of American business processes. Since then it has grown for more than a decade in a broad set of disciplines specializing in insurance services, marketing support, and research. In 1999 Telegenisys Inc. opened its second operation center in Pune, located in the state of Maharashtra, India.

  • GIS data analysis, photo / video analysis, artifact identification, and mapping analysis
  • Data entry and data reduction
  • Market research and demand generation assistance
  • Technical support of for products

PR Contact:
Mark Merani
1-(707) 377-3799
mmerani@telegenisys.com
Telegenisys Inc.
5055 Business Center Drive, Suite# 108-223
Fairfield, CA 94534, USA

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