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|June 26, 1998||
Aditi joins HP's efforts to build NetReadyHewlett-Packard has selected the Bangalore-based Aditi Technologies to join a select team of systems integrators, application developers and value-added resellers to create Internet-based commerce solutions for HP's NetReady programme.
"This alliance greatly enhances our ability to help companies around the world develop integrated business-to-business solutions that leverage existing systems and investments,'' Pradeep Singh, president, Aditi Technologies, has said.
Aditi has developed many advanced commerce sites including an online bookstore, an ERP system for Fortune 100 manufacturers and an extranet application to streamline vendor network for software publishers.
An Aditi statement claimed that the company has built sophisticated backoffice integration expertise for businesses looking to extend and integrate corporate information internally as well as externally via the Web.
Aditi also offers project development and deployment services, contract engineering, and high-end electronic technical support. Its onsite and remote services are being used by an international client list including RealNetworks, Microsoft, Siemens, Digital, Pointshare, and InstallShield.
"Aditi has a strong track record of deploying development expertise in new technologies, including both retail and vendor/supplier e-commerce applications,'' said Greg Mihran, manager of Internet business development for HP's Commercial Channels Organisation.
- Compiled from the Indian media
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