India’s Sonata in first Dubai venture
Dubai, March 4, 2009
Leading Indian software solutions company, Sonata Software has announced the opening of its wholly-owned subsidiary at Dubai Internet City, the region’s leading managed ICT cluster.
Sonata Software will use its Dubai Internet City free zone base to target regional market segments including the travel, tourism, hospitality and construction industries – some of the major sectors that make up the GDP in the Middle East.
Sonata Software, will provide value-based IT solutions to customers, strengthening its presence in the region.
Malek Al Malek, executive director, Dubai Internet City said: "Dubai Internet City has attracted some of the biggest names in the IT industry since it was established in 2000. We are delighted to welcome on board yet another global leader with a reputation for creating cutting-edge solutions and technology," he remarked.
"We look forward to working closely with Sonata where the industry can leverage on its ability to bring out the best software solutions. In addition, our partnership with Sonata will find ways that will further build our knowledge-based economy for the region," Al Malek added.
Mahesh Shastry, general manager, Middle East and Africa, along with Principal Consultant, AT Srinivasan together form a team that brings an in-depth knowledge of the Middle East market.
With a wealth of experience working in the Middle East, the team is well positioned to leverage their knowledge of the market.
B Ramaswamy, president and managing director of Sonata Software Limited, said: "We are excited about our geographical expansion into the Middle East. We are confident that operating out of the region’s leading managed ICT cluster will make this an important growth engine for Sonata."
"Given our strong track record of innovation, satisfied and referenceable customer base, our robust infrastructure and an excellent workforce, we are fully committed to provide best-in-class services."
Sonata's services range from IT Consulting, Product Engineering Services, Application Development, Application Management, Managed Testing, Business Intelligence, Infrastructure Management, Packaged Applications to Travel Solutions.-TradeArabia News Service
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