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Achieving Greater Security & Control

by Manoj Kanodia - CEO, Inspira Enterprise January-2015

The enterprises in different verticals are fanatical to opt for a complete business transformation from legacy disparate applications to a sophisticated ERP suite to standardize processes and policies across organizations and geographies. The organizations are realizing the need for efficiency and accountability on a single platform. On top of these, security and mobility remains some of the burning trends that are propelling the CIOs to relook into their IT strategies. To help organizations deal with the data management and security issues of their IT infrastructure, networks and access control systems, Inspira Enterprise provides various IT, Networking, Compute and Storage, SAP ERP and Homeland Security solutions in partnership with the well-known technology companies like HP, Dell, Juniper, SAP and several others.

Headquartered in Mumbai, Inspira operates from New Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore in India, and Singapore. It is firmly positioned as an end-to-end integrator in verticals like Government, BFSI, Public Sector Undertakings (PSU), Telcos and IT/ITeS. Besides supply and implementation of security devices and solutions, the organization also endeavors to educate and provide expertise on the best combinations of solutions available to suit customer needs. For an instance, the company is in the progression of implementing a two-factor authentication for major PSU banks. The specialized software team of the company has developed a solution where biometric is used as a second means of authentication for bank employees to access their Core Banking System (CBS). This project required Inspira to develop a secure software suite integrating with each bank's CBS and finally installing biometric devices at branches across India.

With a strong pan-India presence and over 100 employees, the company is serving major clients like Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, Airtel, Vodafone, Vijaya Bank, Canara Bank among others. “We have a strong team of subject matter experts and technical resources who are trained and certified on various technologies to bridge the gap between customer requirements and available solutions,” says Manoj Kanodia, CEO, Inspira Enterprise.

Standing debt-free with no plans to raise funds in the near future, Inspira's go to market strategy has been disruptive, leading to healthy, fast-paced growth over the last five years. The company has successfully carved a unique market position as a true value added partner of hardware, software and IT services (a.k.a IT Aggregator). "Inspira's expertise and resource pool allow us to be an extension to our OEM partners in India coupled with system integrator capabilities to address end customer requirements. This is what differentiates us from the other players in the market," concludes Kanodia.

 With a determination to go an extra mile to ensure customers achieve the desired outcome, the company envisions to constantly making an impact on the Indian IT industry by promoting innovative, high quality, price-performing technologies.