Fusion Informatics Offered Strong IT support For Arvind Sabarmati Cyclothon 2014
- Full cyclothon (105 km)
- Medium cyclothon (50 km)
- Dream cyclothon (15 km)
The entire competition was divided into two age-groups, general and veterans (above 45 years of age). Fusion Informatics, a leading software development company, offered strong IT support for the organization of the event. With more than a decade of experience in the IT industry, it provided the best support for the success of the event. Providing live support at expo for distribution of BIB (Tracking Chip) and Winner Result Process Fusion Informatics helped a number of participants participate with ease.
The competition also carried substantial awards for winners. The winner for the full cyclothon in general category was awarded with Rs. 2 lakh whereas the veteran was awarded with Rs. 1 lakh. In the same way, for half cyclothon, the general category winner was awarded Rs. 1 lakh whereas the veteran winner received Rs. 50,000 as the price money.
This event was organized on a high scale and also required up to the mark preparations. Fusion Informatics, as an IT partner for Arvind Sabarmati Cyclothon, utilized its experience and provided the right desiderata for the event. Fusion Informatics also provided IT support for the organization of the Sabarmati Marathon that was held on January 5th, 2014. The talented team of Fusion Informatics actively participated in providing the best web and software support for the event. The details of the event have been elaborated by the designing team of Fusion Informatics on the official site of the Arvind Sabarmati Cyclothon.
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