Infotech Lead Asia: Samsung India is targeting to garner up to 10 percent of revenues from enterprise business this year.
“In terms of enterprise business, we are targeting to achieve approximately 5-10 per cent by the end of this year of overall Samsung India revenues,” said Akash Saxenaa, director (Enterprise Business), Samsung.
The company will be focusing on education and insurance sectors to meet the target.
Samsung in partnership with Modern School has launched a pilot initiative wherein the company has provided 42 Galaxy Note 10.1 devices and a 65-inch interactive white-board to the school.
The Samsung School solution being implemented in Modern School, Delhi as already been deployed in many Korean schools as a pilot and is currently being implemented in over 20 schools around the world – from Africa and Asia to Europe and North America.
The solution enables instant sharing of screen content of a teacher’s device to students’ personal devices.
The Samsung School solution includes a complete digital education package consisting of Samsung devices, software and other complimentary components that enable teachers to make lessons more dynamic by incorporating interactivity and multimedia content.
“The Samsung School solution gives teachers greater control over their classroom, increases student engagement and ensures a more efficient transfer of materials to students,” said Sam K Akkapeddi, vice president, Enterprise Business, Samsung India.