Mumbai: IT solutions and services provider, Datacraft India, has earmarked $5-10 million for acquisition in the security, data centre and business processing outsourcing (BPO) space, a top company official said.
“We want to scale up our revenues, and are looking for acquisition of a company providing solutions and services in the areas of security, data centre and BPO,” Datacraft’s director, solutions development group and alliances, Andy Cocks, told PTI here.
The company is betting big on Asia and has earmarked $40 million for acquisitions in the region of which $5-10 million has been set aside for acquisition in India.
Datacraft is presently conducting due diligence on a domestic security, data centre and BPO solutions and services provider, Cocks said, without, however, divulging details.The acquisition would be sealed as soon as Datacraft zeroed in a company with the right fit, he said.
Datacraft combines an expertise in networking, security, operating environments, storage and BPO technologies, with advanced skills in consulting, integration and managed services, to craft IT solutions and services for business.