October 20, 2019

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Sadoun becomes EMEA enterprise boss at Arrow

Laurent Sadoun has been named as the president of Arrow Electronics enterprise computing solutions (ECS) business in EMEA, including Logix, which Arrow formally acquired on Jun 2nd. Sadoun – previously CEO and chairman at Logix - will report directly in to Arrow ECS president Andrew Bryant. Arrow received competition clearance from the European Competition Commission for its proposed acquisition of Logix in May. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 5 June 2008

Samsung lands Long for European printer push

Samsung Europe has lured Graham Long from HP to become its new European printing business director. In his new role, Long will assume responsibility for strengthening Samsung’s number two position in the European printing market. Samsung will also look to Long to drive the growth of the vendor’s European laser printing business in 2008 by more than 50%. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 5 June 2008

ITS secures Sun partner prize

International Turnkey Systems (ITS) has picked up a Sun Microsystems partner of the year award at the vendor’s partner sales corner event for the Middle East and North Africa channel. ITS also received a service practice partner accolade during the event, which took place recently in Tunis. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 4 June 2008

Avaya pushes Quick Edition through Prologix

Business communications solutions vendor Avaya has turned to distribution partner Prologix to push its one-X Quick Edition solution to small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in the UAE. Targeted at small businesses and firms with branch offices requiring a communications solution, Avaya claims that one-X Quick Edition is easy to support and maintain. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 4 June 2008

Xerox picks up Veenman for US$68m

Document solutions powerhouse Xerox has completed its acquisition of Dutch distributor Veenman for US$68m cash. Xerox says that the deal will double its sales force in the Netherlands and open up a route-to-market for more than 4,000 in-country SMB customers. The deal pairs Xerox’s document products and services portfolio with Veenman’s channel reach. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 4 June 2008

Aladdin lands in Portugal

NASDAQ-quoted Aladdin Knowledge Systems has established a new office in Portugal as part of Aladdin Europe. Aladdin, an information security solutions provider specialising in authentication, software DRM and content security, has also purchased its long-term Portuguese distribution partner, Futurmatica. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 June 2008

Pro Technology picks up Freecom award

German-Dutch storage specialist Freecom has named Dubai-based Pro Technology as its best performing distributor for high capacity mobile drives. The award was presented by Christian Dijkhof, international sales director at Freecom to Jamal Maraqa, managing director at Pro Technology in recognition of the distributor’s channel strategy and contribution to the growth of Freecom in the Middle East. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 June 2008

Extreme adds Mayflex as MEA distributor

Extreme Networks has signed up Mayflex Middle East as a distribution partner. Under the terms of the agreement, Mayflex, which describes itself a a cabling, networking ans IP security solutions distributor, will push Extreme kit across the Middle East and Africa. Mayflex will assist Extreme in terms of channel development and boosting overall sales. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 June 2008

Redington picks up retail distribution accolade

Redington Gulf picked up the coveted Retail Distributor of the Year prize at the recent Middle East Retail Academy Awards, held in conjunction with Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) Middle East and Africa. During a live voting session, Redington picked up 37% of votes cast to take the prize. The four other nominees for the prize – as selected by an executive committee of 20 retailers prior to the live voting at the ceremony – were Delta, Emitac, ITE and Source IT. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 June 2008

Qurius confirms Bindar buy plan

Netherlands-based Microsoft partner Qurius has confirmed its intention to snap up Spanish outfit Bindar. The two companies have signed a letter of intent for the proposed deal. 80-strong Bindar is one of the main Microsoft Dynamics partners in Spain and posted 2007 sales of US$9.15m. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 30 May 2008

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