Gravita Infotech Ltd is an web and App development company based here in India. Our International Standards bring technological, economical and societal benefits. Gravita Infotech Ltd is part of $ 80 million Gravita group conglomerate based in India. We have a global presence with business relation in 37 countries and marketing offices in Singapore, US, Sri Lanka and Africa.
Gravita Infotech Ltd has an extremely dedicated, focused and talented pool of resources who are always eager to work on any technology and deliver with the utmost sincerity and best quality. We are a solutions-focused company that delivers tangible business benefits to our clients through the application of state of the art web based technology.
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Vikas Soni is Project Manager at Gravita Infotech. The company, founded in 2002 by Mr. Rajat Agrawal, is located in Jaipur, India, and employs over 50 people. Here’s what Vikas had to say about his company and the mobile world:
What do you do?
Gravita Infotech limited is a part of Gravita India limited. In Gravita Infotech, we are highly focused to provide the quality output to our clients. Mainly we are working in Web application development, Android/iOS development, Phonegap/sencha, SEO/...
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A complete range of solutions and services At Gravita, we believe in expanding our horizons and inking ahead. Over the years we have expanded our offerings to bring you a complete range of solutions and services under one roof. Offering Simple Solutions for Complex Business Challenges:- WEB DESIGN & APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT E-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT IT INFRASTRUCTURE SETUP E-LEARNING SYSTEMS MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS AND CONTENT E-BRANDING AND PROMOTION SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS NETWORK & SECURITY SOLUTIONS MANAGED SERVICES BACK OFFICE SOLUTIONS