Portfolio Product Details
Microsoft Portfolio
Microsoft Electronic Software Business
Windows Professional – Win8, 10 Pro 32bit/64bit
MOLP – Paper License, Campus Agreement
Microsoft Cloud Portfolio, Azure
Microsoft ERP
FPP Media+License – Home & Business, Home & Student, O365 Personal
IBM Portfolio
Database management, Storage Management, Statistical Tools, Information Management, Cloud & Smart Infrastructure, Application Integration Management, Business Analytics, Industry Solutions, Mobile Device Management
IBM Storage
IBM Unix based Servers
Unix Platform Server
IBM Appliances range
Oracle Portfolio
Oracle Remarketer Database license
Middleware Solutions on Oracle
Oracle Application software – ERP, Java
Oracle Database – 12C Standard Edition, 12C Standard Edition One, Enterprise Edition, My SQL
Portfolio, Project Management Software
UTM/Firewall Portfolio
UTM, Firewall, VPN, EPS, DLP
UTM, Firewall, VPN, EMS
UTM, Firewall, VPN, Switches, Access Point
Anti-Virus Portfolio
AntiVirus, DLP, UTM
AntiVirus, DLP, Backup Solution
IT Hardware Portfolio
Desktops, Laptops, Servers, Workstations, UTM & Firewall, Email Management Software
Desktops, Laptops, Printers, Scanners, Servers, Workstations
Desktops, Laptops
Desktops, Laptops, Servers, Workstations
Adobe Media Server License, Adobe Analytics, Adobe Experience Manager License
Virtualisation solutions on Server, Mobile device management
Unified Communication Gateway, Call Centre
3D CAD, Visualization, Simulation
Low voltage electrical products for switchgear board and automation industry


An interactive kiosk is a computer terminal featuring specialized hardware and software designed within a public exhibit that provides access to information and applications for communication, commerce, entertainment, and education.

The major benefits of cloud computing includes :-

  • Coverflow with detail panels: Your content can appear on a coverflow of tiles. Tapping tiles takes you to another level of content.
  • Customizable “idle” slideshow: When a kiosk is not being used, it has an “idle” time slideshow of video, images and text. This provides a digital sign in your facility and also invites customers to walk over and start interacting.
  • Custom integration: Kiosks can be customized to provide real-time access to inventory; staffing and other systems that help you connect with customers. Inventory includes search, sort, and filter.
  • Customer dashboard: Your branded dashboard provides an opportunity to communicate with your customers and provide useful information like weather and news.
  • Integration with retail management systems: A Kiosk can send or receive data from many existing retail management software systems.
  • Check-in: A Kiosk can integrate with check-in systems or just email to notify staff of a customer arrival.
  • Sales staff communication: A Kiosk provides an option for customers to take action instantly by sending a message via email to a sales associate.
  • Survey panel: You can create your own surveys to collect customer opinions.


Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a comprehensive content management platform solution for building websites, mobile apps and forms – making it easier to manage your marketing content and assets. Adobe Experience Manager is a web-based client-server system for building, managing and deploying commercial websites and related services. It combines a number of infrastructure-level and application-level functions into a single integrated package.

At the infrastructure level AEM provides the following :-

  • Web Application Server : AEM can be deployed in standalone mode (it includes an integrated Jetty web server) or as a web application within a third-party application server (WebLogic, WebSphere, etc).
  • Web Application Framework : AEM incorporates the Sling Web Application Framework that simplifies the writing of RESTful, content-oriented web applications.
  • Content Repository : AEM includes a Java Content Repository (JCR), a type of hierarchical database designed specifically for unstructured and semi-structured data. The repository stores not only the user-facing content but also all code, templates and internal data used by the application.

Building on this base, AEM also offers a number of application-level features for the management of

  • Websites
  • Mobile Applications
  • Digital Publications
  • Forms
  • Digital Assets
  • Social Communities
  • Online Commerce

Finally, customers can use these infrastructure and application-level building blocks to create customized solutions by building applications of their own. The AEM server is Java-based and runs on most operating systems that support that platform. All client interaction with AEM is done through a web browser.

Point Of Sale (POS) Terminals

A point-of-sale (POS) terminal is a computerized replacement for a cash register. Much more complex than the cash registers of even just a few years ago, the POS system can include the ability to record and track customer orders, process credit and debit cards, connect to other systems in a network, and manage inventory. Generally, a POS terminal has as its core a personal computer, which is provided with application-specific programs and I/O devices for the particular environment in which it will serve.

  • Purpose : Most POS machines look like cash registers and perform many of the same functions. However, POS machines can process check payments, discounts and special offers and other customer transactions. Depending on the setup you select and the nature of your business, a POS machine can also handle inventory adjustments, sales analysis and even office management. POS machines are available for sale or rent to businesses.
  • Hardware : The exact hardware configuration for a POS machine varies, depending on how a business uses it. However, the basic components include a computer or access to a computer, video display, bar code scanner, receipt printer, magnetic strip reader for credit and debit cards, and cash drawer. Optional features include a capture screen for customer signatures, a pad to enter PINs from debit card transactions, and a weight scale. If you have several POS machines, they might all be connected to a single computer or server.
  • Software : Just as with hardware, POS machine software varies according to the purpose the machine is meant to serve. POS machines that function essentially as cash registers will have software to make change for cash transactions, along with operations to authorize debit and credit card purchases. A POS machine that also handles inventory would have software designed to track changes in stock levels. POS machines for a restaurant might feature a system to match food and drink orders with the proper tables, or a means to process take-out or drive-through orders.

Unified Communications

We are a more connected society than ever, and digital capabilities have enhanced this with social media, mobile, analytics, big data, cloud and the internet of things.

To remain competitive in the digital era, the future connected enterprise will need to be “digital by DNA” to connect successfully to forever changing customers. Building a “digital DNA” for your business is a digital transformation across all parts of the business. The most important part is to connect your customers to all people, process and technology across your organization.

  • How : Unified Communications (UC) describes the integration of real-time, enterprise, communication services such as instant messaging (chat), voice (including IP telephony), mobility features, audio, web & video conferencing, fixed-mobile convergence (FMC), call control and speech recognition with non-real-time communication services such as unified messaging (integrated voicemail, e-mail, SMS and fax).
  • Personalized : Whether you need to provide a personalized, informed service through a specialized operator center or a multi-channel, multi-site contact center, our partners have the knowledge, the products, the partners and the deployment expertise to deliver the right solution to meet all your requirements – now, and in the future. The solutions scale from a single site call reception console, to multi-tenanted, multi-media contact centers with more than 10,000 users. We also support the full range of deployment methods; from premise-based to private, public or community cloud and even hybrid requirements.