Nuqul renews Microsoft agreement
Amman, May 31, 2010
Nuqul Group, one of the leading industrial conglomerates, said it has renewed the enterprise agreement under software assurance with Microsoft Jordan through its large account reseller and gold certified partner STS.
The new three-year enterprise agreement under Software Assurance will allow Nuqul Group to plan, use, maintain and transition its footprint solutions.
The agreement will also cover all Nuqul Group’s Business Units across the region by ensuring seamless software migrations and upgrades, minimizing downtime or support issues, providing better control of IT planning and costs, and empowering all staff members to be more productive and efficient, said a top official.
Rula Ammuri, Microsoft Jordan country manager, said, "The renewal of the agreement demonstrates the long term commitment we have to supporting our partners and customers and the confidence they have in Microsoft technologies and services."
"We are very proud that Nuqul Group was selected to take part in the program, as the selection criteria is based on the level of commitment to testing and feedback of Microsoft products," Rula observed.
"Nuqul Group was one of 30 companies worldwide that was selected to be part of the Rapid Deployment Program (RDP) for Office 2010,” she added.
Nidal Eses, Nuqul Group CEO, said, “Nuqul Group values Microsoft as an important strategic partner and appreciates their cooperation and dedication to us as an international innovator. Nuqul Group is a pioneer in protecting Intellectual Property Rights in Jordan, which is reflected in the Group’s core values.”
Aiman Mazahreh, STS general manager said, “Being Microsoft’s Gold Partner, STS is privileged to renew the Microsoft Enterprise Agreement with Nuqul. It also underlines STS’ commitment to its customers by continuing to provide top-notch Microsoft technologies, advanced products and compliment them with superior services.”
Bassem El-Wazir, Nuqul Group IT director, said, “We are looking forward to reaping the benefits of the agreement, especially deployment of new advanced tools and services that enhance our employee productivity, efficiency and empower them with knowledge.”
Hani Quteineh, Microsoft account manager, commercial sector, said Microsoft values Nuqul as an important strategic client and appreciates the group’s trust and business.
"The agreement aims at giving important customers such as Nuqul the opportunity to provide their input and feedback on new products within their areas of interest which have not yet been released to the market," she noted.
"Surely, being a trusted advisor to our customers and partners, we will all realize our full potential based on a “Better Together” win-win approach," she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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