Savex strengthens recurring services business, invest in security, cloud, analytics, and collaboration space

Atul Gaur, Director, Savex Technologies

Mumbai-based Savex Technologies, the 3rd largest IT distributor in the country with a revenue of USD 2.5 billion has been betting big on server, storage, security, cloud, and Endpoint as its growth engines. The company has made key strategic investments last year and now looking to reap benefits this year.

Among several developments, Savex forged the largest strategic investment in the IT distribution house Inflow Technologies that helped Savex to be a full-service IT distributor towards digital transformation and new-age technologies. With the combined synergies and resources, Savex believes to deliver higher value to OEMs and customers globally.

Despite the pandemic, Savex has maintained its growth trajectory and emerged stronger.

Commenting on the roadmap for 2022, Atul Gaur, Director, Savex Technologies said, “India is seeing prolific investments from many companies in the data center space. Penetration of cloud-based IaaS and SaaS services are bound to grow at a higher pace. Hybrid infra solutions will continue to evolve at a faster pace. As Work-from-Home is here to stay, adoptions of various collaboration tools both in the hardware and software space would see large adoptions.”

He further elaborated, “With government coming out with customer data privacy policy and new norms for e-Commerce and Drone policy would give further impetus to cloud, web commerce/omnichannel business and many services and sales opportunities in Drone will rise. Virtualization, Security, and storage are constantly evolving technologies as they meet new challenges and would continue to gain momentum. RPA tools would also continue to expand at a decent pace. Depending on when 5G services get rolled out many areas, especially the cloud and IoT based industry would further gain momentum.”

During Pandemic, the distributor expanded its play in security, cloud, analytics, and collaboration space, as it sees that recurring services businesses are critical. Besides this Savex has also been in forefront of the e-commerce space and continues to invest in new services and help expand play for many OEMs.

Speaking on the partnership, Gaur replied, “Savex believes in helping expand the vendor’s play or gain in share, by complementing their efforts in expanding the market either by investing in existing or new GTMs, various marketing activities, investment in technologies ( to increase efficiencies of orders and supporting an entire end to end play ), end customer lead generation programs and pre and post-sales activities. We will continue to invest to make the organization future-ready. This means investments in tech and people continue to remain our priority.”

Headquartered in Mumbai, the company has 42 offices and warehouses and sales presence in 109 cities, catering to over 7,500 channel partners and 20,000 retail stores in more than 750 cities, with a team strength of 1200+. Savex has a direct relationship with over 50 Global Technology Vendors. Apart from distribution, sales and supply chain management, the company also provides consulting and technical support, warranty management services, reverse logistics, market fulfilment services, online store services and other managed services in India and South Asia (Singapore, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan).


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