Hilal Computers named CA Tech partner
Manama, September 16, 2012
Leading IT management software and solutions company CA Technologies has named Bahrain-based Hilal Computers as the “platinum” authorised partner of the US firm for its IT management software solutions in the Kingdom.
Hilal Computers is an IT systems integrator and solution provider in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
As per the terms of the agreement, Hilal Computers is authorised to sell, and provide support and maintenance for, CA Technologies’ software portfolio.
Hilal Computers said it will focus particularly on the CA ARCserve and CA ERwin solutions.
CA ARCserve is an award-winning line of data protection solutions, and the solution of choice for industry leaders such as Arsenal Football Club, La Perla, Sony Music and Yamaha.
CA ERwin, meanwhile, is a trusted name in data modeling for more than 20 years, providing a simple, visual interface to manage complex data environments, on premise or in the cloud.
Platinum status, which is the highest level in the CA Technologies channel partner program, ensures that CA Technologies and Hilal Computers will benefit from a close alignment of resources and tight cooperation to grow sales and marketing activity, said a senior official.
Hardy Koshy, the general manager of Hilal Computers said, “We are thrilled to be adding CA Technologies industry-leading solutions to our portfolio; it’s great news for customers in Bahrain.”
Hussein Moghnieh, the channel manager, CA Technologies Mena said, "As businesses in Bahrain grow and evolve, they require protection of all physical, virtual, cloud and tape investments. All businesses - large and small - need to be up and running 24x7, and server downtime is a costly issue."
"CA has the technology and Hilal Computers has the experience and technical capabilities that businesses need in order to successfully implement a solid data management plan," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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