Injazat Data Systems partners with Gartner
Abu Dhabi, April 13, 2013
UAE-based Injazat Data Systems, a market leader in the region for secure and business-aligned IT services, said it has signed a strategic agreement with IT research and advisory firm Gartner to develop innovative business solutions.
Gartner’s broad global reach, proven methodologies and rigorous research and development process will add a new dimension to Injazat’s industry-leading technology solutions, while providing critical quantitative data and qualitative analysis that enable Injazat to develop business solutions to support the growth of the region.
The relationship will strongly focus on innovation and cost optimization in driving business growth and maximizing value to Injazat’s clients.
Injazat Data Systems CEO Ibrahim Lari said the information is the key that unlocks creativity and innovation.
"Our partnership with Gartner is a strategic move that gives us an extra edge for bringing best practices to the regional market. Access to critical data and qualitative analysis will underpin our continuing pursuit of quality and excellence in delivering technology solutions and maintaining our market leadership," he stated.
"Moreover, we are looking forward on taking advantage of Gartner’s specialized IT research capabilities as we continue to look for new opportunities for growth, while keeping us up-to-date with the latest technology trends and developments in the regional and global IT services landscape," he added.
On the partnership, Arslan Khan, the regional director, Gartner, said Injazat has established an impeccable track record in the regional market and remains one of the most influential corporate organizations in the Middle East IT industry.
"Gartner is looking forward to providing strategic support that will further enhance Injazat’s business performance, providing access to invaluable resources that will enable the company to make the right strategic decisions, improve profitability and develop its people. Our partnership with Injazat gives us greater leverage to move ahead with our strategic expansion plans in the Middle East,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service