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ALMA Collaborates with Hyper Beans (USA) for Technological Excellence

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INDO-US: The president of Asiatic Liberal Multifarious Association (ALMA) India Shri Santosh Shukla, Advocate briefed that ALMA is going to start collaborative venture with Hyper Beans Inc of USA in fields of educational training courses and software solution in existing scenario of business world. This would be benefited for both academic and business sector of both countries.

On this occasion, the directors of Hyper Beans Inc Shri Prakash Sharma and Ms. Neetu Vyas told that Hyper Beans Inc is one if the leading IT companies of USA that specializes in the Software Solutions, Web Design, Mobile App Development and comprehensive E-business solutions for E-commerce, corporate websites to brand development for the internet and mobile. It has been pioneering in in Information Technology Solution Services since its inception. They further said Hyper Beans Inc has established in 2010 and leading IT company that offers services encompasses web design and development, e-commerce site integration, graphic design, website content management for search engine optimization, advertising copy writing, business development and mobile application development. Shri Shukla, Shri Sharma and Ms. Vyas enthused to work out this collaborative venture for betterment of  economic development for both countries.

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