in India commences operations
Continuing its successful expansion, OneVision, a global provider of prepress and premedia software solutions to printing and publishing industries, recently announced the official opening of a wholly owned subsidiary in India: OneVision Software India
Pvt Ltd, having premises at the German Centre in Gurgaon (near New Delhi). Gyan Prakash, who has over twenty years of experience within the publishing industry, has been appointed as chief operating officer of the new subsidiary. Before joining OneVision, Gyan served as senior executive for Quark for about ten years and was responsible as vice president for Asia, Middle East and Africa markets since the year 2004.
fter establishing the Singapore-based subsidiary OneVision Software (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd end of September 2009, it marks the second opening of an international office within less than a year. “India is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing markets for newspapers, and analysts do consider the Indian newspaper market as one of the most challenging markets worldwide. Furthermore, the magazine market in India is expected to grow parallelly. With our local presence in this important market, we shall be able to better serve our existing customers and expand our position significantly,” said Hussein Khalil, CEO of OneVision Software AG on the sidelines of WAN-IFRA conference in Jaipur.
Answering to a question, Khalil informed that OneVision has been able to achieve an average growth of 22 percent every year and for which part credit goes to our financial strength gained from our investors/promoters, thereby no bank lendings. Having satisfied customers number of over 4,000 worldwide, OneVision plans to increase staff strength to 175 from 140 as of now. Commenting on their product pricing, Khalil added, “OneVision doesn’t believe in high price policy but at the same time no cheap also, we do create values in our range of products including Asura, Solvero, Enterprise, Voyager, Mirado, Contenio, Ink Save, Amendo, Speedflow and Sicuriq.”
Hussein Khalil, CEO, OneVision Software AG; Gyan Prakash, chief operating officer, OneVision Software India; Stefan Entner, senior technical consultant, OneVision Software AG; Sabine, director, OneVision Software India; and Pierre Hame, director sales international, OneVision Software AG in Jaipur.
Headquartered in Germany and with locations in the US, United Kingdom, France, Brazil, Singapore and now India, OneVision continues to bring new solutions to companies worldwide. Their state-of-the-art software solutions are being used globally by top-of-the-line newspapers and magazines, commercial printers and companies in the emerging area of on-demand publishing. OneVision already has a strong customer base in India with customers like The Times of India, Sakal Newspapers, Pragati Offset Pvt Ltd, and many other renowned users.
By streamlining workflows and automating production processes, OneVision’s software solutions allow organizations to save time, reduce costs, optimize resources and ensure the highest possible level of quality for published and printed materials. At the WAN-IFRA India 2010, the company showcased their efficiency solutions, known for being easy to use and for their high degree of flexibility.