Reliance Home Finance Ltd (RHFL) on Tuesday said it closed last fiscal with 46 per cent increase in its total income.
In a statement issued here, the company said it has logged a total income of Rs 1,671 crore last fiscal, while the total assets under management stood at Rs 16,379 crore, an increase of 47 per cent over previous year.
For the year ended March 31, 2018, disbursements were Rs 8,695 crore – a year-on-year increase of 19 per cent.
“FY18 has been a great year. RHFL grew at a faster pace than the industry, and significantly improved profits, driven by our continued focus on operating efficiencies and, emphasis on self-employed customers and affordable housing, both of which have a very high growth potential,” Ravindra Sudhalkar, ED & CEO, was quoted as saying in the statement. IANS
Dell Technologies is investing in new programmes, incentives and solutions designed to fast track its channel partners’ delivery of digital, IT, security and workforce transformation for their customers, the company announced at its Global Partner Summit 2018.
The event, co-located alongside Dell Technologies World 2018 here, welcomed more than 5,000 partners.
“We have seen tremendous growth and momentum over the past year. Our partners continue to grow their businesses; however, we know there is still massive opportunity in front of us,” Joyce Mullen, President, Global Channel, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and IoT (Internet of Things) Solutions at Dell EMC, told reporters.
The historic $67 billion Dell and EMC Corp merger got completed in September 2016.
“The products and programmes announced this week at Dell Technologies World 2018 would enable our partners to broaden their capabilities and to grow even faster. Our top priority is helping partners solve their customers’ complex digital challenges,” Mullen added.
While each business would continue to have its own independent programme, the new Dell Technologies Advantage framework’s value-added capabilities and certifications promise to enhance the ability to more easily and efficiently deliver positive business outcomes from across the Dell Technologies portfolio.
The new framework also will complement the core Dell EMC Partner Program that includes new capabilities, offerings and incentives for partners, the company said.
Exclusively for channel partners, the new Dell EMC Ready Stack programme would simplify how partners can bundle, sell and build infrastructure stack solutions based on current and future Dell EMC modern data centre technologies.
The latest Dell EMC infrastructure solutions include Dell EMC storage — Unity, SC Series, XtremIO, Isilon — Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, Dell EMC Data Protection and optional Dell EMC open networking, with support for multiple hypervisors, bare metal and containers.
According to the company, the programme would help customer “build” infrastructure as an alternative to Dell EMC’s turnkey converged (CI) and hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions.
According to market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC), these “build” opportunities account for a significant portion of the overall $6 billion certified reference systems and integrated systems market.