Aveva Opens New Office in India

Press Release
Monday, October 08, 2012

Business expansion will provide a sales, technical support and training center for the Indian market.
 

Aveva opened a new office in Mumbai. The office, which is situated in Powai, will be Aveva’s Indian hub for all sales and technical support, as well as housing a fully equipped training facility.

“Aveva  has significantly expanded its sales, marketing and technical team in India,” said Evgeny Fedotov, Senior Vice President, Russia, India & Middle East, Aveva.  “This is part of a strategic development plan that will allow us to further improve the scope and quality of our services to our rapidly growing network of customers and partners in India’s oil & gas, power and marine industries. The new office will play a key role in our expansion plans for India, strengthening our presence here and increasing our market share in the region.”

“The training center at our new office will provide software training courses across  the Aveva portfolio for all of our customers”, added Navtej Garewal, SVP  Head of India AVEVA. “Demand for training on our software is growing considerably, and our in-house training programs will be tailored to meet industry requirements and trends. We will also continue to offer on-site training courses to meet customers’ specific needs as part of our commitment to extending our presence and investment in the Indian market.”

The new office’s address is:

Aveva Information Technology India Pvt Ltd.
403-404 Alpha,
Hiranandani Gardens,
Powai, Mumbai-400 076
Telephone +91 22 6736 8400
Fax +91 22 6736 8450

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