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Partha Chatterjee inaugurates IT tower

Posted on Feb 04 2014 | IBNS

Kolkata, Feb 3 : West Bengal Minister Partha Chatterjee recently inaugurated the Microsec IT Tower, a state-of-the-art IT tower that offers latest facilities and infrastructure which measures up to international standards, here.

The Microsec IT Tower was a part of the Microsec Enterprises' social responsibility drive.

Also present at the event was B. L. Mittal, Chairman, Microsec Enterprises and Ravi Kant Sharma, CEO, Microsec Enterprises.

Sprawling over 30,000 sq.ft. area at Newtown, the IT tower is equipped with the most advanced servers along with 24 hours power backup and multiple high bandwidth internet connectivity, the company noted.

The event also witnessed the launch of the innovative digital pharmacy and healthcare store, '' which provides all kinds of medical and healthcare products.

Financial Services, (innovative digital media of consumer engagement) and (innovative digital pharmacy and healthcare store) are the three plumb businesses of Microsec Enterprises.

Microsec Enterprises noted that the USPs of is to provide option of generic medicines that reduces the cost of consumer's up to 90 percent.

The company will also launch its own generic medicines range under healthbuddy generic.

B. L. Mittal said, " has been started with an object to make available of genuine medicines and healthcare products at low price to the consumers at home with an option of Generic to reduce their costs up to 90pc ."

"It has huge social impact for those who cannot afford to pay for their medicine's bills. provides the alternative product of the same quality with a lower price tag and thus allows the consumer to save money," he added.

Mittal said, "The consumers can request the Doctor to write the Generic name and they can buy the same quality of medicines at low cost. The problem of fake or counterfeit medicines is acute in India. Around 25pc of the medicines sold in India may be fake. ensures the delivery of genuine medicines to the consumers."

The company also said that is also developing e-prescription in which doctors will be provided free of cost and their own prescription writing software will facilitate to prescribe generic medicines to patients and will make available of generic medicines to the consumers at a price which will be lower than the prices at the fair price shops opened at hospitals by the WB government. provides facility for users to upload their medical history and related medical data online so as to have mobile access to their reports and medical documents anytime anywhere.

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