Dun & Bradstreet features roomsXML.com amongst 100 leading SMEs of India 2014

Dun & Bradstreet features roomsXML.com amongst 100 leading SMEs of India 2014

RoomsXML.com is amongst the world’s leading accommodation suppliers catering exclusively to the travel trade. It was established in 2007 and since then has gradually entered various markets quite successfully. It has operations in Australia, India, Middle East, UK and the USA. Established in 1841, Dun & Bradstreet is the world’s leading source of commercial information and insight on businesses.

Dun & Bradstreet felicitated leading SMEs at the SMEBusiness Excellence Awards 2014 held in New Delhi, India. The selection process for the awards was comprehensive and rigorous with participation from businesses across the country. Of the eligible SMEs, more than 4000 SME applications were evaluated in detail on a variety of performance parameters including Financial Stability, Management Systems, Technology Innovation & Growth History. From the wider pool, the 100 best performing SMEs were recognised. Prakash Bang says, “It’s indeed an honour to be featured in Dun & Bradstreet’s Premier Publication. The recognition encourages us to move ahead with greater energy to further enhance our product and service offering.”

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