- Microland has laid the groundwork for the next stage of their journey
- They have invested significantly in expanding facilities and building IPs and platforms in digital areas
- Microland is seeing sharp growth in demand for IT and OT convergence services
IT services firm Microland is betting big on Industry 4.0 and digitisation of business operations for the next phase of growth. The Bengaluru headquartered company said it has made significant investments during the past five years in setting up centres of excellence in emerging technology areas and hiring talent to build capacities.
Microland, which was founded as a hardware and networking company and became an infrastructure management services major, said its new suite of services include advanced automation, artificial intelligence (AI), industrial internet of things (IIoT), cloud, and cybersecurity.
Pradeep Kar, founder and chairman of Microland said to Economic Times that the organisation has laid the groundwork for the next stage of their journey. The company has invested significantly in expanding facilities and building IPs and platforms in digital areas.
Kar said IIoT would be one of the key growth drivers for the company. Microland said it is currently getting 7 per cent of its total revenue from IoT led infrastructure services and expects it to grow more than 22 per cent this financial year.
He further informed that the company is also seeing a sharp growth in demand for IT and operations technology (OT) convergence services are given its expertise in the segment.