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Saudi public sector IT spending to hit $2.4bn

Dubai, March 6, 2011

The public sector IT spending in Saudi Arabia is set to hit $2.4 billion in 2013 from around $1.6 billion in 2009 with a compound annual growth rate of 10.9 per cent, said an expert citing a recent research.

Novell Middle East, a leader in Intelligent Workload Management (IWM), said the trend provides the ideal backdrop to strengthen its marketing activities in Saudi and organise campaigns to educate target audiences about its next-generation enterprise solutions.

'With IT expenditure across Saudi growing steadily, it is crucial to organise awareness campaigns that will allow business enterprises to understand and take advantage of the strategic advantages of the Suse Linux Enterprise Server, remarked
Diyaa Zebian, managing director (Mena) Novell.

Novell is conducting a road show in the Kingdom where it will provide exclusive demonstrations of the strategic advantages of its Suse Linux Enterprise Server, an interoperable platform for mission-critical computing.

Novell boasts of more than 25 years of expertise in business technology to help enterprises enhance operating flexibility at lower total cost of ownership. A leader in intelligent workload management systems, Novell provides solutions and support to over 50,000 companies in 43 countries.-TradeArabia News Service




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