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Dell India consolidates its digital media business with MediaCom

04-June-2011
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Dell India consolidates its digital media business with MediaCom

Dell India has consolidated its digital media business with its offline media initiatives to align with its global media partner MediaCom. MediaCom has been handling the Dell India offline media business, out of Bangalore, for more than 3 years.

Krishnakumar P, Executive Director – Marketing, CSMB, Dell India said, “MediaCom has been a valuable partner for Dell for the last few years for our offline media needs. They have a dedicated and energetic team that has been a pleasure to work with and we look forward to their innovation and commitment to further our digital media practices in India. Dell has been on the path of transformation over the last year. With the right focus on customers, people, products, strategies and coverage we aim to ensure that technology acts as a key enabler for our customers giving them the power to do more.”

Debraj Tripathy, COO, MediaCom India said, “With this, we believe, Dell will gain huge value because of seamless integration of online and offline media inputs. We have a very special relationship with Dell and this move further reinforces the bond that MediaCom and Dell share, both in India as well as in other markets across the globe.”

Anita Devraj Mookerjee, General Manager, MediaCom Bangaloreadded, “We have been partners to Dell India for over three years now. We are extremely delighted with this addition to our portfolio and look forward to delivering some great work for Dell in the digital domain.”
 

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