Hilal Computers to take part in Meftec show
Manama, April 19, 2010
Hilal Computers, the Bahrain-based computer hardware and software system integrator and solution provider, will showcase its diverse portfolio of IT-related services and capabilities at a major show in Bahrain this week.
The company is participating for the first time in the Middle East Financial Technology Exhibition and Conference (Meftec), being held on April 20 and 21 at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre (BIECC).
Meftec, now in its sixth year, is billed as the premier financial technology event for emerging markets, and will attract leading financial technology experts and top companies from across the Middle East, Europe and Africa.
Geoffrey Milne, general manager, Al Hilal Group, Hilal Computers’ parent company, says: “As issues such as data security and data storage assume heightened importance among financial institutions, the requirement for associated technologies and services increases. As Hilal Computers strives to achieve greater market share in Bahrain the company’s presence at top table events such as Meftec is imperative.”
Hardy Koshy, general manager, Hilal Computers, says the company’s participation in the show reflects its elevated status in the Bahrain financial technology market.
“The company’s participation in Meftec is symbolic of its evolution into a market leader for IT solutions for the financial industry. The exhibition is a unique opportunity to pitch our capabilities to top procurement personnel and decision makers who represent the cream of the finance world’s institutions.” – TradeArabia News Service
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