GFI to hold ME partners' conference
Dubai, April 29, 2013
GFI Software, a developer of IT solutions for small to mid-sized businesses with generally up to 1,000 users, said it will host the second Middle East Partner Conference on May 8.
This year’s conference, to be held at the Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Hotel and Spa, Ras Al Khaimah, will focus on vendor/partner teamwork and take the relationship to the next level.
It is an open forum for all channel partners in the Mena region to discuss the opportunities and challenges they face in their markets when selling GFI products.
GFI will also be sharing details of its plans and future initiatives, and provide sales and technical tracks, product presentations and live product demos, said a top official.
"We are very pleased to invite once again our channel partners to the 2nd partner conference and we expect a high turnout of partners from a number of countries," remarked David Ball, the director of marketing, GFI Software.
"Going by the theme “Work Together, Succeed Together” of our conference this year, we are sure our plans and initiatives will help us work more closely with our channel partners and as a single team. And we take this opportunity we reiterate our continuous and on-going support to channel partners in the region," he added.
Several top officials including Simon Azzopardi of GFI and Mohammad Mobasseri of Comguard will deliver their key addresses, while David Ball, Nandini Sapru, Fawad Laiq and Graham McIntyre will talk on a range of topics including sales updates, product roadmaps and case studies, among others. A team building exercise will be organised for participants.
Awards will be later presented to GFI’s partners in recognition of their efforts to boost business in their region and their contribution to the overall success in Middle East & Africa.-TradeArabia News Service
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