Al Moayyed Computers unveils growth strategy
Manama, May 24, 2009
Al Moayyed Computers has unveiled plans to tap the growing demand for consolidation, virtualization and converged data, voice and video networking solutions in the region to sustain business momentum.
One of the premier ICT solution providers to thriving businesses in the Middle East, Bahrain-based Al Moayyed Computers said it will also focus on ERP and e-learning solutions to thwart market slowdown.
Managed services, consolidation and virtualization facilitate optimum resource utilization besides enabling substantial cost savings, said a top company official.
"Such long-term benefits are compelling companies to opt for these solutions provided security and sanctity of their individual networks as well as that of various stakeholders are guaranteed," said SM Hussaini, general manager, Al Moayyed Computers.
“We are seeing a growing inclination among IT decision makers towards consolidation and converged networking solutions and this market trend can be attributed to multi-faceted benefits in implementing such solutions despite the initial complexities and scale involved,” he noted.
He was speaking about Al Moayyed's focus and offerings at the 2009 e-Government Forum and ICT Expo, which begins tomorrow (Monday) at the Bahrain International Exhibition Centre.
The company, said Hussaini, was keen on implementation of ERP and e-Learning Solutions – especially for various Government departments, Ministries and Financial Institutions – across the Kingdom of Bahrain.
He pointed out that Al Moayyed Computers was well-positioned to counter the downturn with its hands-on experience in executing mission-critical IT infrastructure projects and its application, infrastructure and services portfolios catering to a variety of industries/business sectors.
These include government, financial institutions, educational institutions, real estate companies, trading and hospitality companies and retailers.
“We intend to become the “Service Provider of Choice” for Government, Enterprise and SMEs including the top 500 corporates across the GCC,” said Hussaini.
“We’re keen to spearhead the e-governance initiatives in the region as we are well-equipped to provide entire range of IT & Communication requirements in terms of data centers, network, application, security, and managed Services,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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