Indian Press Clearing – adds new city ‘Nagpur’
IPC (Indian Press Clearing), a unit of PRB ENTERPRISES PVT. LTD is one of the foremost name in the business of Media Tracking has added one more city to it kitty. Now our clients can get news clippings from the Second Capital of Maharashtra i.e Nagpur. Years of rich experience, thoughtful leadership and drive to constantly meet our clients requirements has always inspired us to look for avenues to better our services. Inclusion of city of Nagpur in our already exhaustive list of cities is a result of IPC’s belief in providing a Pan India service experience to its clients. The objective is to constantly strive to increase service standards and provide media coverage’s across India.
IPC now cater from following cities
The News Clippings from the metropolitan cities like Delhi and Mumbai reach you daily by 8.00 A.M. Furthermore, the print coverage’s from cities like Gurgaon, Faridabad, Noida, Ghaziabad, Jaipur and Pune reaches you the same day. For other cities like Dehradun, Panipat, Chandigarh, Jammu, Bhopal, Kanpur, Lucknow, Allahabad, Varanasi, Ahmedabad, Panaji, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Patna, Kolkata, Guwahati, Shillong and now NAGPUR (New Addition) it takes a day more.
IPC expansion plans
Furthermore, we will be adding ten more cities namely Jammu, Indore, Nasik, Kolhapur Ranchi, Raipur, Kochi,Vizag, Shimla and Amritsar to our tracking list by the end of this fiscal year. The idea is to provide rich information to our clients on Pan India basis. With addition of these cities our newspaper count will increase to 600 from current 390. In addition to this, IPC is also planning to bring more than 60 cities under its tracking banner and track 1000 newspapers daily by next year end.
Mr. Paawan R Bali, CEO – IPC, has always put client requirement at the core of the service. He feels that “In this era of quick and fast information flow, one needs to be well informed, and well informed decisions can be made with accurate and timely data flow; this is an opportunity for IPC to cater to its clients in reaching their organizational goals.”
Current Services of IPC
At present, information is sourced from 390 newspaper and 168 magazines. The exclusive unit for the ‘MAGAZINE’ was launched in March 2011. Apart from this we also provide Television Monitoring and Web Monitoring Services and the Media Research. Special services like FTP and personalized data uploading on website are also available as per client requirements. Like Mr. Bali says that “IPC provides what you need and when you need”. Please visit our website www.indianpressclearing.com for further information.