Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N.Chandrababu Naidu here today conducted a video conference with 'IT Serv', a consortium of over 400 NRI owned IT companies in USA. 50 of those companies expressed their readiness to move to AP immediately. The Chief Minister responded positively to their request for discounted plug and play rental space and partially trained workforce. Mr Naidu also decided to offer incentives to IT training companies on par with IT companies as requested by 'IT Serv' members.
Mr.Naidu had mentioned that it would complete the ecosystem for development of IT companies in Andhra Pradesh. He had promised to look in to other areas of concern expressed by 'IT Serv ' members regarding some of the Government of India policies involving use of IP Phone calling, service tax on 99 year leases for land used to build IT companies, among others.
"The IT serve' represents several companies with multiple skill sets in various fields, including, education, IOT, cloud management, app development, among others. Representatives from over 100 companies attended the video conference from Dallas, Chicago, New Jersey, Houston, Atlanta and Washington DC. Meeting was convened by Mr Ravi Kumar Vemuru, Advisor NRI services and Investments along with Mr.Sai Prasad and Mr Pradyumna Secretaries from Chief Minister's office.