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Patni signs OEM pact with InteQ

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NEW DELHI: Patni Computer Systems has announced an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with InteQ, a US-based provider of remote network management service software.

"This alliance will enable Patni to provide extensive Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) and further tap the expanding IMS market estimated to reach 19.5 billion by 2007," a Patni release said.

The company plans to invest $6 million in technology and infrastructure for the enhanced services to be provided out of facilities in the US and India.

"This will include building a new network operations centre in India. With this, Patni will become one of the few Indian IT services companies to deliver IMS with both onshore and offshore functionality and resources," the statement said.

The partnership would enable Patni to offer a suite of service offerings including remote monitoring, Web-enabled service desk, performance reporting, and problem resolution.

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