NEC hosts SEMEA partners conference
Cyprus, July 3, 2010
NEC, a leading providers of Internet, broadband network and enterprise business solutions, hosted the first regional conference for its resellers in the Southern Europe Middle East and Africa (SEMEA) region at Cyprus.
The event provided partners with the latest updates with regards to the ITPS strategy and direction as well as a comprehensive roadmap on servers and solutions, said a company statement.
NEC aims to become one of the three leading players in the EMEA Server and Storage market by 2015, by combining the power of innovation with respect for the environment.
NEC’s solutions for the infrastructure refer to areas such as unified communication, desktop virtualisation, server consolidation and virtualization, data centre solutions and management, business continuity and disaster recovery solutions.
With new products, new solutions, new partnerships, a sharply focused strategy, NEC is climbing new heights, it added.
NEC Computers said it has completed the transfer of activities to the IT Platform Solutions Division (ITPS) of NEC, providing cutting edge IT business solutions based on Intel processors.
Regarding the SEMEA market, ITPS is represented by interFRONTIERS interconNECt, the business development unit based in Cyprus, responsible for partner channel selection, training and support in terms of distribution, sales and technical assistance.
To date, the ITPS division of NEC has over 30 resellers in SEMEA, in countries such as: Albania, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Egypt, Ethiopia, Greece, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malta, Oman, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia and UAE.
"2010 is a special year for all of us," said Lenia Iacovides, managing director at interFRONTIERS. "We are part of one big NEC family that develops fast and very committed to deliver the best technology to our clients needs. Our partners are now more profitable with the new NEC product lines and directions."
"Concerning the IT division, NEC ITPS solutions are made to maximize business availability and improve the profitability with short ROI and reduced TCO," she noted.
Annick Reyngoudt, senior marketing manager EMEA of NEC, said the skills and commitment from its channel partners in the region combined with the NEC technology had put the company in a unique position to give customers’ organizations this performance benefits, providing immediate answers to your clients’ most urgent questions but also opening up a long-term conversation with them.
“We strongly believe that together, we can make this difference and create an era for growth,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service