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Paradigm Expands Presence in India

The office in New Delhi will support the growth in customer base and demand for Paradigm solutions.

(New Delhi, India: Oct 18, 2011) Paradigm has opened a new office in Gurgaon, Haryana, the greater New Delhi metropolitan area. This new office will help the company provide local sales and support services for its seismic imaging, interpretation, reservoir modeling and characterization, and data management solutions, to its growing base of customers and prospects in the region.
In addition, Paradigm has recently relocated its Mumbai office to Platinum Techno Park, Navi, Mumbai, a more strategic location closer to its customer base.
“India continues to be a very important market for Paradigm,” said David Betty, regional vice president at Paradigm. “With our presence in another key Indian city, we are growing our investment in India and the region, to meet the increasing demand for our technologies. These offices will allow us to provide timely, high-quality support, to our customers’ E&P activities.”
With the latest introduction of Paradigm 2011 and upcoming Paradigm Geolog® 7, these offices will be of great assistance in the delivery and support of these solutions to the growing local markets.
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