Software AG eyes big Saudi business
Riyadh, April 25, 2013
Software AG, a leading company in data, integration and business process technologies, hosted an executive leadership symposium in Riyadh as part of its Saudi growth strategy.
The Software AG Executive Leadership Symposium was designed specifically for decisions makers and for primary objective to demonstrate how Software AG can help local organizations to quickly and efficiently differentiate themselves while leveraging existing IT investments.
It was attended by C-level executives from Saudi Arabia’s most prominent organizations in the public and private sectors.
Several senior Software AG executives including Nicky Sheridan, senior VP Middle East, Africa and Turkey; Thomas Stoesser, director BPM Product Marketing; and Serge Owona, Middle East delivery manager, conducted insightful presentations during the symposium about the enterprise solutions, services and strategic plans of Software AG in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region.
The customers’ case studies and best practices presented during this event clearly demonstrated Software AG’s leadership in the field of business processes management, integration and big data.
Commenting on the symposium, Sheridan said, “Saudi Arabia is a strategically important market that plays a vital role in our growth plans in the Middle East region. The symposium proved to be a very efficient channel to reaffirm our commitment to the Saudi market and to present our latest enterprise solutions and services capabilities.”
According to him, the symposium received a solid response from the business community. "This strongly demonstrates a growing interest in Software AG’s ability to efficiently deliver the full suite of big data, integration and business process management that will enable organizations to gain solid insights into their customers’ needs in order to achieve their strategic and financial objectives."
"We will continue to invest in similar activities to complement our growth strategy in Saudi and to ensure that organizations benefit from Software AG’s subject matter experts, best practices and latest business solutions," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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