Bodhtree targets Rs. 150 crore revenue in next three years

Bodhtree has signed Indian Coast Guard for implementing Oracle enterprise solutions and is confident of taking its revenue to Rs. 150 crore business in the next three years.

In the last financial year, the company has reported Rs. 25 crore revenues from enterprise segment, which would grow to Rs. 150 crore in the next three years.

Bodhtree’s GST Suvidha Provider business has picked up very well in the last two months of its implementation. The company has projected Rs. 10 crore business from GST during the current financial year and is expected to take this to Rs. 50 crore business in the next three years.

Bodhtree is currently working with leading corporates from across the sectors like healthcare and life sciences, financial services, government, hi-tech, manufacturing and education. The company has been actively working on cross selling its multiple products and service offerings like cloud computing, analytics, big data, artificial intelligence etc.

Bodhtree clientele includes: GMR, GVK, Dr. Reddy’s, SESA Group, Hetero, Neuland, ISB, College of Defence Management etc. The company is encashing on cross selling GST to current clients which are availing services like enterprise solutions and other services.

Commenting on the development L. N Rama Krishna, Managing Director, Bodhtree said, “Our investment and experience in the segments like enterprise solutions and GST service is finally paying off. With this encouraging results in these two segments we are very confident to achieve our target of reaching these revenues figures in the next three years.”

Bodhtree has built sizable business in cloud applications, enterprise solutions and supply chain management solutions in the last two decades. The company enjoys good relationships with large enterprise software solutions corporates like Oracle, Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, HP, Tableau, Informatica, Mendix, Sunguard and Salesforce for implementation of solutions.

 

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