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NetRack Registers Commendable Growth in 2013
NetRack, a solutions provider for data centers and end-to-end IT server racks, recently announced that it had a very successful 2013. The officials from NetRack said that the company had recorded 15 percent growth and added 60 new customers in the financial year that ended March 31, 2014.
The major contributors to the company’s growth were IT/ITeS, Government & Engineering, generating 43 percent of the business in the period January to December 2013. The other industry verticals addressed by NetRack are BFSI, telecom, hospitality and healthcare.
"We have been able to grow our business significantly across all major verticals because of the innovative and unique solutions that we offer. We would like to thank our partners who have put faith in us and our customers who have been our well wishers. NetRack's specialized portfolio enables us to offer solutions that suit the customer's requirements," said Ravi Raj, brand head, director sales & support, in a press release
NetRack offers a variety of products required to store safe, active systems. The products offered by the company include lab racks, network racks, server enclosures, network enclosures, server racks, and lab tables, power distribution units, cable runways, cable organize, wall mount racks and fiber distribution units.
The company also offers maintenance and post-installation services to its customers to ensure smooth and efficient functioning of all NetRack products. The company makes available to its customers its exclusive and dedicated team of customer support executives and technicians to address any issues of concern.NetRack Enclosures’ concern for product safety is demonstrated by the fact that it is the only company in the country to be certified by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in compliance with their safety standards. In addition, the company is a BICSI (News - Alert) corporate member, the de facto member authority for Telecommunication Consultants.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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