Tuesday, August 31, 2010

IT Consulting Firm Sonata Opens Office in Netherlands

Sonata Software, a leading IT consulting and software services provider, has announced the opening of its new office in the European region. Located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, the office will cater to the requirements of Sonata's growing number of customers in the BeNeLux (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg) countries. This move will further strengthen Sonata's ties with its European customers and improve its understanding of the local European IT markets.

"Our long-term strategy is to establish a local presence in all the key markets, and be where the customers are. The Netherlands office further extends our footprint in the European region and provides us an opportunity to offer near shore support to our customers in the BeNeLux market," said Mr. B Ramaswamy, President and Managing Director, Sonata Software Limited.

"Europe is a strategic market for Sonata. This new office will facilitate us to strengthen our relationships with the existing European customers, identify and initiate new business opportunities, and actively promote our services and offerings in the region," he further added.

With this new office, the total number of Sonata's offices outside India increases to 12. 6 of these are in the US, 4 in Europe, 1 in the Middle East and 1 in Singapore.

About Sonata Software Limited

Sonata Software, headquartered in Bangalore, India, is a leading IT consulting and services company. Sonata's customers are located across the US, Europe, Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region. Its portfolio of services includes IT Consulting, Product Engineering Services, Travel Solutions, Application Development, Application Management, Managed Testing, Business Intelligence, Infrastructure Management and Packaged Applications. As per the industry rankings released by NASSCOM for 2009-10, Sonata Software figured among the Top 20 IT Software Services Exporters in India for the third consecutive year. Sonata Software has also been ranked Global #2 in the 2008 Top Ten ESO: Outsourced Software Development in The Black Book of Outsourcing.

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