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Matrix to Showcase Futuristic Solutions at the National Public Procurement Conclave
Matrix, a noted manufacturer of the Telecom and Security solutions, devises solutions for different sized businesses. The innovator taps the communication requirements of every industry vertical and tailors products accordingly.

Being a major player in the government sector, Matrix is participating in National Public Procurement Conclave, organized on 11th and 12th December’2017 in New Delhi. The main motto of event is to educate the sellers and buyers regarding the working of GeM (Government e-Marketplace). The event is a golden opportunity for sellers to network with procuring authorities of government entities.

Matrix will showcase SARVAM UCS - Unified Communication Server for Modern Enterprises at the event. The platform supports tra READ MORE.....
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Matrix Honored for Exhibiting Excellence in Delivering Payroll Solutions for Asia-Pacific Region by CIO Advisor



Matrix, a Pioneer in Security Solutions, has been honored for exhibiting excellence in delivering a payroll solution in Asia-Pacific region by CIO Advisor, listing Matrix in Top 10 Payroll Solution Companies- 2017.

With a multitude of solutions in the market that can simplify payroll operations for the companies, CIO Advisor showcased Matrix COSEC READ MORE.....
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Wärtsilä to offer Energy Storage Solutions in India
Wärtsilä, a leading global supplier of flexible and efficient energy solutions, will offer technically and environmentally advanced energy storage solutions to the power markets in India. Following the acquisition in May 2017 of Greensmith Energy Management Systems Inc., a market leader in grid-scale energy storage software and integrated solutions, Wärtsilä Energy Solutions has become a leading g READ MORE.....
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TN Govt. inks deal to procure solar power at `3.47 per unit
The Tamil Nadu Government has decided to procure 1500 MW of solar power from 16 companies that have invested around `9,000-crore in the State, at a fixed price of `3.47 per unit. According to industry sources, this price is far below the price prevailing in February this year, though the tariff of `3.47 is well above the lowest solar bid in the country so far of `2.44 per unit, made at an auction  READ MORE.....
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