Go iGI, a startup web design and development company in the Eastern part of India has startled the industry leaders by acquiring its 100th customer in a quick turnaround time of 3 months.
Go iGI, a startup web design and development company in the Eastern part of India has startled the industry leaders by acquiring its 100th customer in a quick turnaround time of 3 months. It acquired its 100th customer, a transport company in Louisiana, United States on 14th June for designing their website.
After having gained traction, the company is on a hiring spree and has already hired a team of 12 designers and developers working round the clock to serve customers who are primarily based in US. Ritesh Dwivedi, Director Go IGI said "We have identified a huge demand supply gap in the United States in terms of supply of designers and developers who are willing to go the extra mile to bring quality cost effective web solutions to SMBs in United States. We are happy with our progress and look forward to soon launch our services in United Kingdom and Australia."
The web design and development industry is quite matured in India and there are thousands of players from mom and pop shops to giant Digital Marketing companies. Go iGI has made a mark in the industry by its amazing start. The company estimates its turnover to be in the range of $2m for FY2014-15 registering a 300% month on month growth.
Chandra Shekhar Singh, Director Go iGI said "We are focusing on the mobile domain as by 2018, there will be approx 519m mobile internet users in India alone. All web applications made by us are designed with mobile first approach. We are planning to launch our digital media marketing vertical which will focus primarily on mobile marketing".
About Go iGI
A wholly owned subsidiary of iGlobal Impact ITES Pvt Ltd, Go iGI is a web design and development company in Durgapur, West Bengal, India. The company leverages its low cost advantage to use cost arbitrage and serve customers in Unites States offering quality service at highly competitive rates.
Chandra Shekhar Singh