Bangalore: EverestIMS Technologies Pvt Ltd (Everest), an Indian software product company specialized in software solutions for unified IT infra management and ITSM, today announced the availability of its Infrastructure Management Software(IMS) on Indian government’s online procurement portal, Government e-Marketplace (GeM) under the section “Information Technology Broadcasting and Telecommunication with sub-segment category of software under the name “network management software” product.
The company’s product portfolio includes multiple softwares, namely Everest IMS (unified IT infrastructure management suite for IT, networking and IoT devices), Everest Service Manager (an ITILv3 based service management tool), and Everest Site Intelligence (website monitoring tool to enhance the end-user experience).
EverestIMS is also working on a software platform in the IoT space aimed at promoting aggressive adoption of the technology through smart management based on connectivity of devices, systems and services creating a natural ecosystem for use cases across commercial and industrial segments.
“GeM provides a great opportunity for us as a software OEM, as we always wanted a platform that makes our products and solutions directly available to various government departments. This is one such platform which is transparent and direct in providing access to our software for all Government departments,” said Satish Kumar V, CEO – EverestIMS. “Government sector has contributed majorly to our growth and we look forward to achieving more through GeM portal.”
Recently EverestIMS became independent Indian entity and all the offerings from the company are in-line with the thought process of Government of India’s flagship initiative ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ programs.
Launched in August 2016, GeM is a portal to facilitate online procurement of goods and services required by Central Government Departments, State Government Department, Public Sector Undertakings (PSU) and Autonomous Bodies in India. It aims to enhance transparency, efficiency and speed in public procurement of goods and services and eliminate corruption.