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A Win-Win Situation for Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise and ‘Make In India’ Scheme

Monday, May 4, 2015

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Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Investment has given India their spot-light for making investments and has exhibited their continued commitment to the country by supporting Indian government’s ‘Make in India’ scheme.

The ‘Make-in-India’ scheme, on which Alcate-Lucent Enterprise is banking upon, is a national program, designed to facilitate investment, endorse innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure. “Come, make in India,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi exhorted the world in his inaugural Independence Day speech, inviting global firms to set up manufacturing bases in India.

Michael Emelianoff, the Chief Executive Officer of Alcate-Lucent Enterprise said, "In line with the Indian government's 'Make-in-India' vision, we have been proactively investing, building and providing advanced communication solutions in India. With our partners, we constantly discover new opportunities to enhance the personalized connected experience in India and will continue to wholeheartedly contribute and invest in this emerging market.”

Alcatel-Lucent, a French global telecommunications equipment manufacturer has been existent in India since 1982, inventing and delivering the innovative networks, has made India their center of gravity for their business. The leading IP networking company has already had strong connections in India for a long time. They have handled several projects in the country in a number of fields like smart metro projects, hospitality and healthcare; thereby increasing job opportunities in the market and improving the communication experience for users in India. Selected as the communications and networking solutions provider for the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) project by NewGen, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise solutions’ role is very important role in building the communication infrastructure. It has also established research and development infrastructure and customer support center in Bangalore and Chennai.

The ‘Make in India’ scheme has made the country and Alcatel-Lucent in a win-win situation. Emelianoff said, “In line with the Indian government's 'Make-in-India' vision, we have been proactively investing, building and providing advanced communication solutions in India. With our partners, we constantly discover new opportunities to enhance the personalized connected experience in India and will continue to wholeheartedly contribute and invest in this emerging market.” From this collaboration both will get benefited and are supposed to grow with each other’s assistance.

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