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Ahmedabad based tech firm DEV IT wins India SME 100 Awards

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Ahmedabad based DEV IT provides end-to-end IT services to public sector as well as private enterprises in domestic as well as international markets

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Ahmedabad based technology firm Dev Information Technology has won the 2016. Company said that a total of 41,832 nominations were filed by SMEs from across India. The winners were selected by the 's award jury based on scores from the assessment of each organisation's growth performance, financial strength, innovation, people capital, international outlook, and corporate governance.

Established in 1997 and headquartered in , provides end-to-end IT services to public sector as well as private enterprises in domestic as well as international markets. The company has its branch offices in Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Canada.

The award was conferred by Union minister for MSME, in New Delhi.

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