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Sir Speedy Plans Business Expansion in India

Has entered into an agreement with Xerox India to drive strategic initiatives in the Indian market

Sir Speedy India has entered into an agreement with Xerox India to drive strategic initiatives in the Indian market. The partnership will enable Sir Speedy to build up its India strategy and expand its footprint in the country by leveraging Xerox’s indomitable strengths in technology and pan India reach. Xerox has been globally associated with Sir Speedy since 30 years and helped them meet printing demands in the most efficient and cost controlled manner.

Chandrajit Narra, MD, Sir Speedy India said, “We have seen success in our business and this has prompted us to look at further expansion in India. We are continually expanding the products and services that we provide in order to meet not only the changes that are taking place in the market, but more importantly, respond quickly to the changing demands of our customers and prospects. In order to do this effectively and efficiently, we rely on our strategic partnership with Xerox Corporation, our largest and leading worldwide partner whom we rely on heavily for their innovation and technology leadership in our print and marketing services industry. We are thankful to Xerox India for their support on this initiative. ”

Presently with presence in Hyderabad and Bangalore at four outlets, Sir Speedy plans to add over 20 franchisees by end of 2015. As part of this exercise, the company organized franchise meets in key metros that started off with the Delhi and Mumbai chapter from January 27th – 29th 2014.

Pankaj Kalra, Head, Production Systems Group, Xerox India, said, “Our partnership with Sir Speedy has been unique and we are glad to support them in their plans for expansion in India. They are a well networked team and have provided good services to their clients and we hope that they succeed on their future plans.”

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