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Frost & Sullivan ranks NEC India as no. 1 in the key telephony segment
TT Correspondent |  |  25 Sep 2013

NEC India Pvt. Ltd, a leading display, network and IT solutions provider, has been ranked No.1 in the Key Telephone System (KTS) segment of India in a recent industry report released by market research firm, Frost & Sullivan.

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As stated in the report- Frost & Sullivan Indian Enterprise Telephony Market CY 2012, the company has achieved an overall number four position in CY 2012 based on the overall revenue figures, thereby establishing itself as one of the most preferred brands in this segment of India.

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According to the Frost and Sullivan report, the Indian enterprise telephony market grew by 8.9% in CY 2012  as compared to 2011, recording revenue of US$ 229 million. The market witnessed growth across all quarters in 2012 and is projected to grow at a moderate rate in the coming quarters. The top contributors in this year were government, manufacturing and ITeS vertical. The healthcare and the BFSI segment also witnessed some good traction.

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