Fourth Dimension Solutions Racing Ahead


Fourth Dimension Solutions’ revenue crossed Rs. 1,400 crore in its fifth year, thanks to Amalendu Mukherjee’s vision, excellent partnerships and speedy execution

Established in 2011 by Amalendu Mukherjee, Fourth Dimension Solutions is continuously moving towards its vision of becoming India’s leading IT infrastructure and operation outsourcing service provider and system integrator by offering cost-effective solutions and services to government and enterprise customers in a big way.

Fourth Dimension Solutions focusses on designing, developing, deploying and delivering IT infrastructure and services. Apart from this, the company also provides a complete range of IT consultancy services like infrastructure services, end-user IT support, IT asset life cycle, and integrated solutions – Network infrastructure and upgrades, cloud computing services, campus- wide and enterprise Wi-Fi, cybersecurity, collaboration, biometric implementation, e-learning, digitization and scanning, document management, printing solutions, data center infrastructure, training and development, virtualization, and setting up PMO for both hardware and software.

On the revenue front, the company has been growing more than 100 per cent every year. In the financial year 2014-15, the company clocked revenues of Rs. 652 crore, achieving an outstanding growth of 376 per cent. The company has performed exceptionally well even in the financial year 2015-16 as revenues crossed Rs. 1,404 crore, showing an outstanding growth of 115 per cent.

Talking about the Fourth Dimension Solutions success, Amalendu Mukherjee said, “The company’s outstanding success can be attributed to three pillars – innovation, efficiency and execution. The innovation pillar focusses on identifying and developing new ideas with advance process improvement tools. The efficiency pillar focusses on timely delivery of projects as it is also cost-efficient to its clients, whereas execution pillar ensures project success.”

The company believes in delivering good quality within the best possible time and at least cost. Therefore, Fourth Dimension Solutions has opted for all certifications – be it ISO 9001:2008, CMMI Level 5, ISO 14001:2004, ISO 27001:2005, and ISO 20000. And all these certifications are helping the company to fight with large system integrators like Wipro, HCL Infosystems, Tech Mahindra, Infosys, Accenture, HFCL, L&T, Sify, TCS, and Inspira, whereas on the regional front the company competes with Intec Infonet, SISL, Telexcell, PCS, Agmatel, and Hitachi Micro Clinic.

Despite stiff competition, the company has done exceptionally well and bagged a large number of projects. Fourth Dimension Solutions bagged UP E-district Phase I and Phase II, automation of depots and streamlining IT services for Food Corporation of India, scanning and digitization of legal documents in 11 locations of West Bengal and 104 locations of Maharashtra, complete rural ICT solution to approximately 1.30 lakh post offices, automated class learning at 1,110 schools of Delhi, implement 2,064 smart virtual classrooms in seven states, supply and implementation of 100,000 biometric devices, SWAN connectivity to all 500 locations of Chhattisgarh, supply and implementing automated smart class learning to 2,000 schools of Odisha, Wi-Fi access at heritage locations of Jaipur, smart e-governance for all public utilities and citizen services in the state of Rajasthan.

To provide high growth, Amalendu is aggressively focussing on new technologies and verticals such as smart cities, IoE/IoT, city surveillance, big data, analytics, city surveillance, work flow applications and OPD (outsourced projects development). The company is also aiming high and is aggressively focussing on upcoming projects like ASCON; Indian Navy; Indian Army; Indian Ordinance Factory Board; National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language, Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Parasaran Nigam and others.

The company is confident of achieving its future target due to its shared resources. The company also has a special team called Tactical Battle Team comprising of 80 engineers who can complete any project emergencies on time. The future success of Fourth Dimension Solutions will depend on how the company executes large projects on time and manages its finances in a cost-effective manner. Having done well on the revenue front, the company should now focus on increasing its profitability as it will benefit all stakeholders in a big way.