Chennai-based EdServ Softsystems Ltd said it has signed a Global e-Training Partnership with Ottawa, Canada headquartered Corel Corporation.
Under the partnership, students of EdServ will be eligible to appear for an online test and receive direct Corel Certification. EdServ shall also venture global marketing with Corel certification and address corporate and institution needs to generate qualified Corel designers and multimedia specialists. EdServ will also acquire original software licenses of Corel Corporation through this partnership.
EdServ is aggressively targeting the school segment this year to offer Corel's reputed curriculum and the certification programme to its expanding school network. The company targets Rs60 crore revenue over the next 18 months from multimedia and animation e-learning.
On Wednesday, EdServ shares ended 0.6% up at Rs203 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.7% down at 18,179 points.
Global IT service provider, HCL Technologies Ltd (HCL), said it has become a member of Texas Instruments Elite (TI Design House Program), a group offering system-level design services.
The company will leverage this partnership in building product components and solution accelerators for three major segments, namely, aerospace, medical electronics and consumer electronics, with a specific focus on medical imaging, wireless communication and analog system applications.
HCL's engineering services practice would build upon its existing product engineering strength and create enhanced value for clients with faster time to market advantage on new TI products.
The prestigious system engineering programme would enable customers to leverage products and services from both HCL and TI. This engagement would also allow HCL to focus on delivering reference products based on TI product families for specific markets.
On Wednesday, HCL shares gained 0.3% to Rs409 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.7% down at 18,179 points.
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