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Global information services company Experian today said it has appointed Vaishali Kasture as managing director and country manager, with immediate effect. She is taking charge from Mohan Jayaraman, who has been promoted as the regional managing director for decision analytics (DA) and business information services (BI) at Experian Asia Pacific, the company said in a statement here today. Kasture will be responsible for all management and operations in the country. . Ziox Mobiles eyes Rs 1,000-crore revenue this fiscal Ziox Mobiles today said it is eyeing a revenue of Rs 1000 crore this fiscal, while investing Rs 300 crore for setting up new manufacturing units and marketing. The company plans to set up two new manufacturing units in Sikkim and Noida, with a holding capacity of around 1 million units per month, at an investment cost of Rs 200 crore. It has roped in Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput as brand ambassador and will be investing Rs 100 crore on marketing this fiscal year. . . . . ** Automation Expo 2017 opens in Mumbai Automation Expo 2017, India's biggest and South East Asia's 2nd biggest automation show, was inaugurated today in Mumbai. The show has attracted record participation with over 1,000 companies from more than two dozen countries represented at the event.
The four-day show is being supported by the Department of Science & Technology and a host of other professional bodies. The Indian industrial automation industry is expected to reach Rs 197 billion by 2020 with growth driven by rapid adoption of modern technology backed by cost saving features, says Ken Research, a global aggregator. The 12th edition of the show is expected to get more than 50,000 visitors from various OEMs and industries such as oil & gas, automobiles, pharmaceuticals, food processing, fertilisers and chemicals, cement, glass, electrical and electronics, and other automation technology users and solutions providers. . . . . ** KhelPlay's user base to grow to 10 mn in next three years Leading online game platform KhelPlay today said its monthly user base hits 1 million and it is expected to grow to 10 million in the next three years period. The company is also working on technology to simplify the game and give great gaming experience to players with affordable devices and in low bandwidth areas. "Since our inception in 2011, we have witnessed tremendous growth in our operations and services on all of our platforms, both PC and Mobile. "New gaming variants were introduced and the amount in prizes has continued to swell. The mobile app platform, which sees a continual scaling up has been a huge hit with rummy audiences in India," KhelPlay Head of Operations P K Jain said.
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