Ahmedabad based DEV IT wins India SME 100 Awards 2016

Posted by: at 5/09/2017 03:45:00 am


Ahmedabad, 9th May 2017: Ahmedabad based company, Dev Information Technology Ltd (DEV IT), which recently got listed on NSE EMERGE platform with impressive 74 times subscription, has won the India SME 100 Awards 2016.The company received the award in the august presence of Shri. Kalraj Mishra, Honorable Union Cabinet Minister of MSME, Government of India at a glittering ceremony held in New Delhi on 6th May 2017. DEV IT is the only IT Company from Ahmedabad to receive this prestigious award this year

A total of 41,832 nominations were filed by SMEs from across India. The winners were selected by the India SME Forum’s award jury based on scores from the assessment of each organization’s growth performance, financial strength, innovation, people capital, international outlook, and corporate governance.


Talking about the achievement, Mr. Jaimin Shah, Managing Director & CEO of the company said, “It is a privilege to receive this award as it justifies our hard work. Technology is rapidly becoming an integral part of our day-to-day lives and there is a lot of scope for growth in this field. Our prime focus has been on creating innovative IT products and solutions for our clients that will accelerate future growth of the company.”

Mr. Jaimin Shah was recently appointed as Chairman of Domestic Council of NASSCOM, making him the youngest and the first Gujarati to become chairman of a council at India’s apex trade association of IT and BPM sector.

Established in 1997 and headquartered in Ahmedabad, DEV IT provides end-to-end IT services to public sector as well as private enterprises in domestic as well as international markets. The company has its branch offices in Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Canada.

With experience, dedication, and perseverance, DEV IT has been assisting domestic as well as international clients to achieve their business goals.



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