Our Company Profile

The development of CSEAM International Private Limited (CIPL) solutions takes place at the state-of-the-art development centre in India which is one of the emerging IT destinations in the world. We design and develop a wide range of products which include both ready suite as well as customized solutions catering specific customer requirements from this facility through a separate R&D division. With offices in India and partners around the world, CSEAM serves its customers in different worlds by adopting an innovative and fresh business approach. At CSEAM, our core values are focused on helping businesses to bring out their full potential. We believe that we have a responsibility to use our resources to make a positive impact on our customers. The CSEAM community is committed to serve public through innovative technologies and partnerships. Our vision is to achieve global IT services leadership in providing value-added high quality IT solutions to our clients in selected horizontal and vertical segments, by combining technology skills, domain expertise, process focus and a commitment to long-term client relationships.

Why Us

  • We use latest technologies
  • We provide services on time
  • We focus on customer satisfaction
  • We provide a good team support

Our Clients

  • Dj Handyman
  • St. Joseph's Academy
  • Infinite Links
  • Adya Global Services Pvt. Ltd

Latest news:

Google's senior vice president for Chrome and Apps, Sundar Pichai, 40, is among the three Indians in the top team of CEO Larry Page. He is also the mind behind products such as Google Drive, Chrome and Apps. Pichai, an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur, stopped over in Bangalore en route his annual visit to Chennai. In a chat with ET, he spoke about how search will evolve in the future and Facebook's search bar. Excerpts
Apple will reportedly launch a new version of the iPad in March. If the rumour is true, this will be barely five months since the launch of the 4th generation iPad in October. It's an exemplary device, but Apple is apparently seeking to improve on the design — taking cues from the 7.9" iPad mini, which was launched to a good reception this year. The revamped 5th generation iPad, it is said, will be lighter and thinner than the current version.