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i-flex readies Flexcube for LatAm markets

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Pune , March 18

I-FLEX Solutions Ltd, with its flagship product, Flexcube, is all set to make its mark in the Latin American countries.

Talking to presspersons, Mr Deepak Ghaisas, Chief Executive Officer, India Operations and Chief Financial Officer, said the company had completed the Spanish version of the Flexcube product and would make an entry into the Latin American market soon.

The time that has gone into the Spanish version was 30 man months, he said, while stating that he would not be able to comment on the investment.

He noted that out of the turnover of Rs 600 crore, the emerging market contributed close to 40 per cent.

He said plans were afoot to expand the Pune centre, though he declined to disclose more details.

Mr Ghaisas said the company had also recently launched a new product, Revelus for the analytical side of the banking industry.

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