Standing firm at #5 in the DQCI Silver Club, HCL Infosystems posted a 10 percent growth. To ensure a healthier bottomline, it focused on selling notebooks and solutions.
Ranked #11 in the DQCI Silver Club, CMS Computers registered a growth of 14 percent in its agency revenues. Good business in the banking space provided the necessary impetus.
Wipro Infotech’s agency revenue fell by 31 percent to Rs 440 crore. On the brighter side, its services business grew by 15 percent. It rolled out profitablity programs for its partners.
Nebula Technologies achieved two distinctions: It doubled its revenues to Rs 160 crore and became the highest growing company in the DQCI Silver Club.
Like most other distribution majors, Iris Computers’ year-on-year growth too slumped, from 65 percent in 2000-01 to nine percent in 2001-02. The company closed its books with at Rs 190…
The loss of two vendors from its profile saw Compuage Infocom’s revenues slide by 33 percent. Its tie-ups with Samtel and Canon helped to fight the downturn.