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TCI picks Citrix server

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To ensure all applications, data available to staff in any location

Coimbatore, Sept. 21

Travel Corporation (India) Pvt Ltd (TCI) has chosen Citrix Presentation Server for centralising its IT applications and facilitating a real time operating environment.

Prior to implementing Citrix Presentation Server, TCI had distributed database in four of its main branches. The branches ran their own application packages and modules locally. With a complex array of operations and financials, information management had become a core focus area for this 24/7-travel company.

Commenting on the implementation Mr Souma Das, Area Vice-President, Citrix India, said the application management was designed to meet the demanding requirements of TCI

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