“We are looking at more aggressive numbers than we had in the past. We want to be a more focussed B2B service provider, providing a network as a service within a larger construct or umbrella as a service,” Mehrotra said.
He further noted that “we plan to double our customer base year-over-year. Similar for revenue as well though it may not be linear.”
The company had recorded revenue of about Rs 200 crore in the last financial year.
Mehrotra said that in the next five years the revenue of the company should be around Rs 500 crore.
He said that as business was growing and as the requirement of every business in digitalization continued to grow, the company realised the gap between the capability and the competency that a business requires to be able to fulfill its own digitisation requirements.
“In the last 24 to 36 months, we have been evolving from just being fibre internet broadband provider to being a network-as-a-service provider, where our focus is on working with small businesses, startups to large enterprises and to work with them in a long-term partnership where we make available our expertise who…