Lapis Technologies To Start Operations In Chennai, Bengaluru

Lapis Technologies To Start Operations In Chennai, Bengaluru

B Swaminathan

Hyderabad, May 11: Hyderabad-based lapis technologies, a leading networking partner of comprehensive and integrated network infrastructure solutions, with offices in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, is planning for expansion.


Lapis technologies which provides complete range of Data, Voice and video communication services is one of the leading networking player in South. The company is planning for expansion in Chennai and Bengaluru. Speaking to Cell IT, T.V.Sudhakar, CEO, said their performance in FY 2015-16 was quite impressive as far as exceptional growth by adding value added OEMs and addressing different market segments. “We touched the magic figure of 10 crores turn over, we added phenomenal vendors to magnify market reach and added branches in Vizag and Vijayawada and we are very happy to part of below prestigious projects executed by our premium and loyal partners”, he said.

Some of the key deployments from Lapis were Cyberabad Video Surveillance and Command  Centre Systems for IT Corridor, CCTV Surveillance of Godavari Pushkaram,  Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation’s Local Area Networking and  Wireless LAN,Telangana State Medical Services & Infrastructure DevelopmentEverest - Technobind  Corporation LAN , CCTV surveillance of Hyderabad & Cyberabad Commissionerate Police stations.

Some of the key plans of the company includes increasing market reach, adding value added brands in
our product portfolio to address more partners, focusing on uncovered market, adding value proposition manpower and more focus towards upcoming projects. Lapis, currently has Government, defense, IT/ITeS and retail as key verticals and would like to focus on SMB/SME, Hospitality, Pharma, IT/ITES and Education in the coming days. Sudhakar concluded that the company has consistent focus on AP and Telangana region and would like to explore new opportunities in Chennai and Benglauru through new branches.