STME to launch new RIMS offering at meet
Dubai, November 17, 2008
STME, a leading enterprise IT solutions integrator, will unveil its new Remote Infrastructure Management Services (RIMS) at the 4th Annual Achieving Operational Excellence in Financial Services Conference to be held from November 17 to 19, in Dubai.
The company will also announce its recent strategic alliance with Microland, a leading infrastructure management services (IMS) provider.
The partnership, which allows both companies to jointly provide RIMS, process and security consulting to the Middle East, will enable STME to build on Microland’s extensive IMS capabilities.
'IT has become the lifeblood for transaction processing and management throughout the global financial services sectors, which cannot afford the slightest inefficiency or inaccuracy given today’s volatile markets,' stated Jocelyn Al-Adwani, CEO, STME.
'RIMS and other key STME technologies enable financial services providers to optimise their IT infrastructures as part of their thrust towards operational excellence.
'Microland’s formidable experience in enterprise IT, especially in data centre management, further extends our capabilities to provide total solutions for our clients in this industry and allow them to maintain the highest levels of customer satisfaction,” she added.
Among the key benefits of STME’s RIMS are continuous monitoring of critical systems and services in the data centre; network Quality of Service assurance, particularly in proactive problem identification and resolution; reduced operational cost; and freeing up of internal resources for more strategic activities.
During the Conference, STME will run a presentation on RIMS, the hybrid service delivery model, and Service Level Agreements and the transformation-based approach. The company will also demonstrate some customised trainings it offers through IT governance and service management training solutions company ITPreneurs.
“Our collaboration with STME allows us to extend our unique IT service management framework that can provide new levels of reliability and quality for financial services providers. We are especially excited to co-create cutting-edge IT operations service models specially tailored for the robust Middle Eastern markets,” said Rustom Hiramaneck, vice president, Microland.-TradeArabia News Service