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CRN India Web Gets a Facelift

MUMBAI, February 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

CRN India, a part of UBM India Technology Media group and India's No. 1 IT Channel media publishing house, unveils a new look of its portal - http://www.crn.in. The new website is a step ahead towards offering its audience the best platform to engage, network and partner with the community. The new website features easier navigation, easier interaction, better networking and opportunities.

"We are excited to bring a completely new website of CRN to our readers with several new features. CRN over the past couple of years has seen a significant increase in its online readership and to cater to the growing online readers, we will continue creating more initiatives like virtual events, webinars, marketplace, community forums and much more," said Dhaval Valia, Executive Editor, CRN India.

The whole idea was to enhance the user experience. Now the users can access news based on various classifications such as national, international, company and industry segments. This ensures that users can pick and read only relevant news. It also now has a special section namely the "Role Model" & "Get Personal". The "Role Model" section features some of industry's role models and their journey both as an individual and as a professional. The "Get Personal" is a web section that talks exclusively about the personal side of key channel industry partners. The portal also now has a rich library of digital print issues in the "Print Archive" section.

A lot of attention now also goes into what's known as "Community". This section is a mix of two - Discussion Forum and Gallery. The discussion forum is a place for the community to post updates and initiate discussions on areas including technology, business, associations and the likes. It also offers a unique platform namely the "Marketplace" to the channel community to engage into buying & selling, announce partner requirements, schemes, offers and also post jobs.

To learn more, visit http://www.crn.in.

http://www.crn.in witnesses huge number of visitors comprising of IT distributors, system integrators and resellers.

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About UBM India:

UBM India is a part of UBM plc which is a leading global business media company. We inform markets and bring the world's buyers and sellers together at events, online, and in print, providing them with the information they need to do business successfully. We focus on serving professional commercial communities, from doctors to game developers, from journalists to jewellery traders, from farmers to pharmacists, around the world. UBM worldwide organizes 300 events, publishes 200 magazines and periodicals and host 200 websites.

UBM India with its technology and publishing division - UBM Technology Media, started in May 2007, brought the power of trusted IT media brands to technology and business decision makers through online properties, IT gatherings and industry-leading magazines with renowned IT brands like CRN (http://www.crn.in) and Information Week (http://www.informationweek.in), TechOnline India (http://www.techonlineindia.com); Bank & Systems Technology India (http://www.banktechindia.com). ESC India; Interop; FTS; ICSC and other customized IT-related events are innovative marketing solutions to help create long-term, profitable relationships with technology builders, sellers and buyers.

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