Airtel has launched 'Office-In-a-Box' for start-ups registered under the Karnataka government’s Start-Up Cell initiative.

Priyank Kharge, Karnataka Minister for IT & BT, unveiled Airtel’s Office-In-a-Box, a suite of connectivity solutions specially designed for start-ups. Also present was C. Surendran, CEO – Karnataka, Bharti Airtel.

Airtel has been selected as the preferred partner for the state government’s initiative. The Office-in-a-Box suite will be available to the over 100 start-ups registered with the Start-Up Cell and will add to their business efficiency.

“Start-ups and small businesses need quick, easy and scalable solutions for connectivity, I am delighted to announce Airtel’s Office-in-a-Box, which is a solution designed to help start-ups reach their goals with an enhanced mobile experience. I congratulate Airtel for being the frontrunner in introducing this platform for the start-up ecosystem in Karnataka and I hope that that our start-ups will benefit from this collaboration,” said Kharge.

Airtel’s Office-In-a-Box offers a range of services to support the business requirements of start-ups and is available on a scale-as-you-grow model with easy payment options. The services include voice and data solutions; audio and web collaboration; cloud services; payments bank services; go-to-market support across SMS, MMS, e-mail, voice, IVR and USSD; GPS and RFID-based tracking of assets.

Airtel’s Office-In-a-Box offers a range of services to support the business requirements of start-ups and is available on a scale-as-you-grow model with easy payment options. The services include voice and data solutions; audio and web collaboration; cloud services; payments bank services; go-to-market support across SMS, MMS, e-mail, voice, IVR and USSD; GPS and RFID-based tracking of assets. – The Hindu Business Line 


 

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