The News Scroll 13 July 2018  Last Updated at 6:42 pm | Source: ANI

XGENPLUS marks presence on Government e-Marketplace

XGENPLUS marks presence on Government e-Marketplace

New Delhi [India], July 13 (ANI): Data Xgen Technologies has announced that their Made in India Enterprise Email server and world's first Email server Supporting EAI & IDN is now available on Government e-Marketplace.

With this initiative Xgenplus ensures that on-premises email services becomes an essential and integral part of every unit handled by the Government of India.

Launched in August 2016, Government e-Marketplace (GeM) is an online market platform to facilitate procurement of goods and services by various Ministries and agencies of the Government. It aims to enhance transparency, efficiency, and speed in public procurement of goods and services.

"We are honored and delighted to take up this new challenge and responsibility to provide Xgenplus world first EAI & IDN complied made in India Enterprise Email Server and solutions via GeM marketplace to all PSUs and Government," said founder and CEO, Data Xgen Technologies Dr. Ajay Data.

"I am confident that with our innovative Email solutions, rapid deployment, expertise and 24×7 customer support, Xgenplus Enterprise Email solutions will soon be an integral part of IT security for Government and PSUs across India," he added.

Xgenplus's remarkable features like Rights Management, Virtual Storage, Chat, Secure folders, Group Email, Alias & Downgrading, Anti-spam, PGP Encryption, Scheduling tasks and Reminders, Sending SMS through mail and support for Government of India's initiative for .bharat (in vernacular language) makes it unique and best fit for Government department and Public Sector Undertakings.

As a company based in India, a country with 1.2 billion people, 22 official languages in 12 different scripts and just 12 percent native English speakers, the team at Xgen inherently understood the need for people to have email addresses also in their native scripts. Xgenplus focusing on internationalization issues of email addresses. (ANI)

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