Logicom forums focus on vendor technologies
Doha, December 19, 2012
Logicom, a leading provider of technology products and services, recently hosted its quarterly series of technology forums across the GCC focusing emerging IT trends as well as new vendor technologies.
The forum series is part of the company’s strategy to educate its customers and partners.
The event was attended by more than 50 of the company’s partners from across Qatar. Vendor partners like Cisco, a leading manufacturer of networking equipment and Kingston, a leading manufacturer of flash memory products, were featured during the event.
Logicom’s technology forum events is held every quarter and is positioned to act as a strategic platform where partners, vendor partners and Logicom technical teams can meet and discuss new IT trends and explore potential business opportunities.
“We are truly overwhelmed at the successful turnout of the last quarter leg of our technology forum series for the GCC region. These events have helped us achieve our objectives of creating stronger ties with our partners and also reinforce their connections with our vendors,” said Demetris Demetriou, general manager, Logicom.
“Holding these forums are our way of recognizing the strong support and assistance that we have received from our partners, whose trust and confidence have become significant components to our success.
“Rest assured that we will continue to hold these technology forums in 2013 as we move to constantly inform our partners of new and dynamic IT trends and the accompanying emerging technologies that our partner vendors are introducing into the markets today,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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