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Seven Seas partners with MindTree for Managed Services
16 - Oct - 2011

Seven Seas have partnered with a leading managed services provider ‘Mindtree’ ( in India to facilitate the customers with Network Operation Center (NOC) thus providing Service Level, Operation Level and Management Level Agreements.


MindTree's Managed Services practice has been employed by many large technology companies and enterprise businesses. MindTree partners with its customers to mitigate all the operational hassles of monitoring, maintaining, and managing business applications. It also manages IT Infrastructure and helps achieve the balance between business and operational priorities. MindTree's service delivery model is based on ITIL guidelines and robust transition methodology that ensures smooth transitions into steady-state managed support, based on service level objectives.


“I am really excited about this partnership which will help all the customers in UAE to take advantage of Seven Seas’ services and MindTree’s remote infrastructure management services in improving the quality of their IT infrastructure. We are confident that MindTree’s expertise in managed services backed by our service delivery platform, MWatch, will help our customers to significantly drive down the costs by improving their IT infrastructure performance” – quoted Mr. Ram Mohan.C, Sr. VP & Head – IMTS at MindTree Services.


“Managed Services as the terminology suggests is the next buzzword in the Middle East. Operational costs & efficiency, Compliance & Regulation, ROI & TCO and Enterprise Management of the IT will be on a close eye with the financial advocates in each industry ensuring the true realization and theory of ‘IT’ as a business enabler. With this alliance and offering, Seven Seas can claim to be an end to end Solutions and Services provider becoming an obvious choice for the customer for all their System Integration needs.” – quoted Mr. Nayagam Pillai, CEO at Seven Seas Computers.

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