GAVS Technologies looks at inorganic growth options coupled with an India focus strategy. CEO Sumit Ganguli says he is quite bullish on the Indian market and is encouraged by the increasing Indian IT spend.

With revenues close to $50 million, the company is looking at clocking $100 million in the next 2-3 years. In a bid to fuel this growth, Ganguli is pushing the India market aggressively and looking at inorganic growth.

GAVS Technologies employs nearly 1000 people and is investing in building its early hiring pipeline. The company recently announced an innovation and research partnership with IIT Madras in artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics, aimed at enhancing the predictive analytics-based Zero Incident Framework platform.