Charting a new path in electronic security systems

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Anil Kumar Tallam, CEO, Ameya InfraTech

Bangalore based Ameya InfraTech has been in the business of system integration and solution providing. The prime focus of the company is electronic security systems, automation and cloud. “New solutions provide great opportunities to us. Our approach is typically need analysis, solution design, integration, implementation, configuration, testing, training and handling over. This is nothing but project management process cycle. While implementing the IT solutions, both ESS and automation demands similar kind of approach to implement. By adding ESS and automation, it gives great advantage of being a single window solution provider to the client. It helps in better control of the systems, seamless integration across the solutions, technical cohesiveness and price advantage,” says Anil Kumar Tallam, CEO, Ameya InfraTech.

The company offers a combination of hybrid solution in terms of implementing on-premise and cloud, together to provide an immense techno-commercial advantage to the client. In terms of recent projects wins, the company has been part of highway surveillance. “The edge we had to get this project was, our project management integrated expertise and knowledge of both networking, IoT and surveillance. The important factor in this solution was the wireless solution that has to be integrated with surveillance. We are happy that we executed the requirement to its perfection and we too were instrumental in serving the social cause,” he elaborates.

Giving details of another recent project Tallam explains, “There is an international motivational speaker and business coach company. The company was looking for complete video storage and relay solution as a significant segment of the business model uses videos of various speakers. It provides training too, through webinars. The company had video conferencing requirements too. The challenge was that the storage space required was huge. We successfully managed to fulfil their requirement by providing combination of both on-premise and cloud hybrid model.”

To address customers requirements, Ameya InfraTech is engaged in continuous training from various OEMs on their solutions, both on sales and services front. “We strongly believe that ‘sharpen the axe’ is an important element in business to serve the client better. Along with technology trainings, soft skill trainings too help us a lot to handle the clients and their requirements,” he says.

Future road map
The company has witnessed 20 per cent to 30 per cent growth in the last two-three years. It has registered over 30 per cent profits with the new technology driven projects. Tallam believes that the company will double its turnover by 2020 through its IT, ESS, automation, cloud and IoT solutions by engaging with PMCs, architects, interior designers and contractors across India.