APTransco Saves Rs 16cr In cloud Services Tenders | Visakhapatnam News – Times Of India


APTransco has now rejected the request of the identical firm for renewal of companies for the subsequent 5 years and referred to as open tenders.

VISAKHAPATNAM: The Transmission Company of Andhra Pradesh (APTransco) has saved almost Rs 16 crore within the tenders of SAP HANA (excessive efficiency analytic equipment) enterprise cloud services.
APTransco entered into an settlement with a non-public organisation 5 years in the past for offering cloud companies for Rs 20.22 crore on a nomination foundation. APTransco has now rejected the request of the identical firm for renewal of companies for the subsequent 5 years and referred to as open tenders. APTransco lately finalised the tenders for Rs 3.94 crore, whereas the one time migration exercise would value Rs 31.22 lakh. This saved the transmission company almost Rs 16 crore or 80% public cash in comparison with the sooner tenders.
Joint managing director, APTransco, Karri Venkateswara Rao, who participated within the pre-bid assembly and took the initiative on the SAP companies’ tender, stated that the cloud platform means offering information storage (cloud storage) to at least one organisation (APTransco) by one firm on a cost foundation.
“The APTransco is successfully implementing a web based file clearing system and disposing recordsdata as early as doable, aiming at clearing the recordsdata inside 24 hours,” stated Venkateswara Rao.
Vitality secretary and chairman & managing director, APTransco, Srikant Nagulapalli, launched a particular report on discount of losses. Srikant stated the facility utilities took critical measures to cut back technical and business (AT&C) losses.

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