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Q-Tech Synergy is a technology consulting firm specializing in the implementation, support and engineering of technology management.

  • We facilitate organizational transformation by providing our Clients with creative, value-adding business solutions, employing state-of-the-art research and management methodologies.
  • We offer comprehensive coverage of India Defense & Manufacturing sectors.
  • A team of industry experts, consultants, market analysts, and market research executives continuously monitor and evaluate the market.
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