Trivandrum: Experion Technologies India, the Technopark based mobility solutions and IT services company, which celebrated its fifth anniversary in July, is expanding its operations to Infopark and plans to be 200 by this fiscal. Very innovative with its unique products in the mobility space, the company has found excellent customer appreciation from the complex Indian market. Its focused software services on newer technology platforms have found over 40 customers from the developed markets in the last three years.
In a release, Binu Jacob, MD & CEO, Experion said, “Experion is a company that has remained small until three years back, as a small offshore services arm for its European promoters. It quickly shifted gears to be a Mobile products company after the arrival of seven senior executives from leading Technopark companies. With a management team formed pretty much like the Infosys who took to first generation entrepreneurship in the prime phase of their career, Experion seems to have all the complementing skills to make a great success”.
Experion has spread out in the global market quickly and won contracts from all its regions. It has set up legal entities in US, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands and Australia and has customers from all these territories. It scaled up from a mere 10 people three years back to 135 personnel and plans to add another 65 by the financial year end. Experion recently opened its development centre in Infopark Kochi with an additional capacity for 50 personnel.
Experion has a very innovative product called FieldMax that runs on ordinary GPRS mobile phones for automating the sales force of FMCG, Pharma and distribution companies. Currently Experion is making plans to roll out this product nationally. Apart from the product suite, it also undertakes mobile software development services in all major platforms like the iPhone, Blackberry, Android, etc for its overseas clients. Recently Experion made significant inroads into the Nordic market by signing important contracts in the mobile application space as part of the Kerala IT and GTech delegation to the Nordics.
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