New Delhi: Korean handset maker Samsung on Tuesday said it is targeting to garner up to 10 percent of revenues from enterprise business this year.
"In terms of enterprise business, we are targeting to achieve approximately 5-10 percent by the end of this year of overall Samsung India revenues," Samsung Director (Enterprise Business) Akash Saxenaa told the agency.
The company will be focussing on education and insurance sectors in order to meet the target.
Sensing huge demand in education for its solutions, Samsung in partnership with Modern School today launched a pilot initiative wherein the company has provided 42 Galaxy Note 10.1 devices and a 65-inch interactive white-board to the school.
The Samsung School solution being implemented in Modern School, has already been deployed in many Korean schools as a pilot and is currently being implemented in over 20 schools around the world, Saxenaa said.
The solution enables instant sharing of screen content of a teacher's device to students' personal devices.
"This gives the teachers the ability to lead interactive lessons and real-time group activities through screen and content sharing features," he added.
Asked if all the students will be provided Galaxy devices, Saxenaa said the company is in talks with the school regarding the issue.
First Published: Tuesday, May 07, 2013, 15:18