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Infomedia rolls out second edition of IT BlackBook

26-February-2005
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Infomedia rolls out second edition of IT BlackBook

Manipal Infomedia Services, a joint venture between Manipal Media Network and UK based Tecapet/Comcraft Group, has come out with the second edition of IT BlackBook, which profiles an updated data bank of all the major information technology companies in the country.

The IT BlackBook will be available across 530 selective bookstores nationwide from the next month. The book is targeted at IT managers, CIO, CEOs and other senior executives, who provide buying tips for purchase of IT products and services for over 50 IT and allied service categories.

The publication house will circulate 60,000 copies in its second edition priced Rs.600 each with a CD and an access to Internet for a stipulated period. To maintain and enhance the niche market, over 45,000 copies of the much awaited book will be circulated free of cost to heads and managers in IT and non-IT business fraternity.

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