Head (BFSI), AGC India
Tell us about the work that AGC is doing in India.
Founded more than 25 years ago, we are global technology solution provider. Over the last eight years, AGC has been an unprecedented leader as a Solution Integrator with a differentiated vertical approach providing innovation solutions in four domains in ICT. These include Unified Communication, Data Centre & Virtualisation, Networking Infrastructure, and Enterprise Applications. AGC has been passionately delivering customized business solutions that help organisations accelerate revenue growth, increase market penetration, optimize operating costs and improve employee productivity, by embedding communication in their business processes. AGC uses its solution integration capabilities to integrate best of breed products through its key technology alliance partners.
What kind of work are you doing in the BFSI sector?
With several decades of experience in delivering solutions for the BFSI (Banking, Financial Services and Insurance) industry, AGC understands and takes care of end-to-end technology requirements beginning from inception to deployment and support of the final solution. AGC’s deep domain knowledge, process-driven methodology, sound technology base and experience enable us to rapidly deliver custom solutions aligned to business needs. At AGC, we have a long history of creating applications that directly address various industry pain-points. AGC follows a collaborative solutions development methodology for clients. This systematic, procedural approach ensures that we follow project-management best practices in a regulated environment.
Tell us about the solutions that you are providing to the PSUs?
AGC has aggregated a portfolio consisting of People, Process, Technology and Experience, so as to cater explicitly to the needs of the governments. AGC offers a gamut of solutions, cutting across most of the horizontals irrespective of the ministry or department that chooses to deploy them. The solutions are crafted keeping in mind the investments already made by governments and accordingly does not necessarily require forklift upgrade but optimisation and expansion or addition of new capabilities in line with the Solution Frameworks and Outcomes.