Thursday, April 30, 2009

VAS Operators Look To Expand

Voice and More, April 09 Issue

Rural India the next big step in VAS arena

Business Standard, Kolkata
April 28, 2009

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Chunavi Rang Main Rangi VAS

Politics/Politicians are the BUZZWORD of the “Tech-Savvy Indian Youthtoday. They have re-discovered the business of politics and are in there exploring mode. At Cellebrum we take pride in the fact that we are always in sync with the latest trends/beat/buzz of VAS Market.

The youth and the rest of us too want to be updated timely and with the latest happenings in the political world this is where we who are in the Business of VAS come in to fulfill and surpass this need. Even the politicians have realised the potential of the YOUTH as significant contributor in there win. The best and the only effective to communicate and reach out to the youth is through there most preferred communication mean—cell phone (SMS’s, Voice Based Services, etc.), Facebook, Orkut etc.

But it’s the cell phones and related VAS that win hands down - as they are the constant companion of youth. Its easy and simple accessibility makes it a favoured choice of both youth and the politician. As VAS provider we assist them in being on a common platform and open communication channels.

Business Bhaskar (dated today) carries an interesting article “Chunavi Rang Main Rangi VAS” exploring this trend further. Dr. Abhinav Mathur, a dear colleague and Chief Technology Officer, Cellebrum Technologies Limited; shares his thoughts on this, read the article to know more…

In: Business Bhaskar, New Delhi

April 23, 2009

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Wider Rural Connect

In: The Telegraph; Calcutta Edition, 16th April, 2009

Pankaj Sharma, CMO Cellebrum Technologies Limited explores and explains the Rural VAS Market in a tête-à-tête with Jyaati Ghose of The Telegraph. Read on…

Pertinent Inputs Pankaj (way to go)Regards, Saket

Still Hiring

Definitely a HEARTENING article especially keeping in mind the present day scenario of market slump world over; that we feature in it is obvious :0) !

Read on…

In: Outlook Business, New Delhi, April Issue