SAP picks Injazat as ME reseller
Abu Dhabi, February 10, 2013
SAP has confirmed Injazat Data Systems as value-added reseller (VAR) to help promote, implement and develop solutions for businesses across the Middle East region.
As a SAP VAR, Injazat is now positioned to use SAP’s innovation solutions to further expand its own industry-recognised, market-leading solutions for information technology, cloud and data center managed services, a statement from the company said.
SAP chose Injazat as a VAR based on its strong local expertise combined with its extensive global technology partnership network.
“As a market and technology leader in business management software solutions and business process performance, SAP’s portfolio will further enhance our cutting-edge capabilities to complement our clients’ objective of delivering state-of-the-art services and business excellence to their customers. This partnership will enable Injazat to continue delivering innovative business solutions that follow industry best practices,” said Ibrahim Lari, chief executive, Injazat Data Systems.
“The addition of Injazat Data Systems to our VAR team represents a notable step forward for SAP’s ecosystem strategy,” said Qais Gharaibeh, UAE managing director of SAP Mena. “Injazat is an outstanding company, and its expertise has strong potential to further improve our capacity to deliver projects across the UAE, particularly to large enterprises and the public sector.”
Figures released recently by IT market research and advisory firm IDC show that Injazat Data Systems is the UAE’s leading information systems outsourcing service provider, cornering an impressive 39.7 per cent market share. It also tops the managed application services (13 per cent) and hosted application management (25.4 per cent) markets. – TradeArabia News Service
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