Once every couple years or so, I provide an overview of what Netcore, the company which I founded more than a decade ago and I run as Managing Director, does. With changing times, some elements of our business mix have changed. Much of what Netcore does has stayed as B2B (business-to-business). We have experimented with some consumer services and solutions in the past, but these haven’t quite worked out.
Our oldest business is now christened “Email Infrastructure.” This has been there since late 1998, when Netcore was started. We provide email services for companies. The various solutions include Emergic MailServ (no christened e-Interact), which is sort-of like Microsoft Exchange, but on Linux. We also have Emergic CleanMail (cloud-based anti-virus and anti-spam screening) and Emergic Mail Array (email archiving). We also offer cloud-based hosted web mail.
This business has seen steady growth through the 13+ years that it has been there. There are over 2,000 companies in India for whom we provide email infrastructure services. In recent months, we have added multiple collaboration features into the core product (including audio and video conferencing, for example).