Vodafone enterprise arm aims to double its channel network across India

Vodafone Business Services (VBS), the enterprise arm of Vodafone India, aims to adopt a three pronged approach focusing on coverage, intelligence and automation to double its channel network by FY 2016-17 across India. Accordingly, it will increase the channel partners to cover the increased SME customer base in this region.


VBS has launched three SME focussed initiatives which include Information and Communications Technology (ICT) cloud-based offerings; six new vertical propositions specific to a industry and Ready Business 2.0, a value proposition empowering SME to overcome their business challenges and take advantage of the future opportunities.

The enterprise arm also aims to double its target of the Small & Medium Business segment (SME) in India and specific to the state of Karnataka. Popularly known as the Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru has played a critical role in shaping the IT industry of the country and making it technologically empowered. With a GDP of $83 billion, Bengaluru is among the richest cities of the country.

The boom of IT has resulted in the development of more than 150,000 small and medium enterprises in the state of Karnataka, and the number keeps growing at a rapid pace month-on-month. Currently VBS is working with customers in varied sectors such as IT/ITES, Startups, E-commerce, Automotive, Construction, Manufacturing in this region. There is a clear demand for enterprise solutions that VBS is offering to the SME segment within the state.

“The SME vertical is the fastest growing business segment for Vodafone Business Services. Leveraging the advantage of our global expertise and our experience in India, we will support emerging SMEs to enhance their productivity and business efficiencies. We are commitment to foster the Government’s vision of Digital India and Make in India. Bengaluru is the IT capital of the country and we are looking forward to building strategic ICT partnerships with SMEs and channel partners to fuel the growth and development in the region,” Ajay Sehgal, National Head – Small and Medium Enterprises, Vodafone Business Services, said.

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March 18, 2016 11:50 pm 11:50 PM

Vodafone is a fraud company. However I ported out long back and even Suggest my friends not yo use Vodafone.

The article is about enterprise business services and don’t the service of Vodafone in enterprise segment.

However it will be the same like telecom service (fraud).

sachin patil
March 19, 2016 9:16 am 9:16 AM

is u r number ported within Given timeline….. i also suggest others to not use Fraudafone sheet cmpny…

March 21, 2016 11:17 pm 11:17 PM

@Sachin. Yes, initially I was using postpaid and later I converted to prepaid. Post converting to prepaid I put request for porting and it was done in the given timelines.

deepak das
March 18, 2016 6:23 pm 6:23 PM

tata is best for me in mumbai…installed tatadocomo router in my home…speed is good.using my windows tab on tata docomo 3g its awesome…about voda ther’re expensive even noone can afford their price.

March 21, 2016 11:20 pm 11:20 PM

I think you are talking about 3G CDMA as there is no license for Tata in Mumbai to give 3g services using GSM.

sachin patil
March 18, 2016 9:55 pm 9:55 PM

Tata docomo 3g in mumbai LOLO

March 18, 2016 6:01 pm 6:01 PM

Waste network and waste plans.