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ET Marlabs to double sales income to $4 million by Dec'17

Narayan Kulkarni, Bengaluru, Nov 13, 2016, DHNS 22:56 IST
The company, which has certified developers and consultants, executed over 300 projects globally.
ET Marlabs, a five-year-old cloud computing company, will double its sales income to $4 million by the end of December, next year. The company will be recording over $2 million in sales income for the year ending December 2016.

The company has achieved quick success within a short span of time by using the sales force platform to help brands like Urban Ladder, Flipkart, Cleartrip, CEAT, Coca Cola, Unilever, United Breweries, better understand, analyse and deliver value to its customers. Currently, the company has over 100 customers.

In the last 12 months the company has garnered ‘client bliss’ in over 100 projects across 15 critical business categories. The company so far has developed 12 solutions include nine industry solutions, and three technology solutions.

“We will be looking at adding another 30 customers in the next 12-18 months,” said George Varghese, co-founder and CEO of ET Marlabs.

A team of over 85 technology professionals has developed new product — Sanda 7. “We have launched this product in the US market recently. We will launch this product in the Southeast Asian region in the next seven months,” said Varghese.

The company, which has certified developers and consultants, executed over 300 projects globally.

“We use an agile scrum-based development methodology that ensures deliverables in a two- to three-week sprint,” said Varghese.

The startup, based out of Bengaluru, bets on its sales-force’s cloud-based CRM technology. Besides, it also has a distinct way of hiring, managing, growing, and retaining people.

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