June 29, 2017

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HTC hones retailer skills

Smart device vendor HTC has ramped up the sales skills in its Middle East channel with technical training sessions for its retailers and direct partners in the UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. The three-hour training sessions focused on the features of HTC devices, equipping the retail staff with the skills required to respond to customer queries. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 15 April 2008

Blue Coat charms Middle East channel

Blue Coat Systems gathered together its top distributors, systems integrators and resellers from across the Middle East for its recent channel partner conference held at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The event was Blue Coat’s biggest channel conference to date in the Middle East and drew resellers from 14 countries keen to find out more on market trends, operation updates and regional sales progress. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 11 April 2008

Sage gets busy in Bahrain

Business software powerhouse Sage hit the road and headed to Bahrain to meet partners and customers and drum up interest in the company’s solutions. Sage’s regional management team were joined by Bahrain-based channel partners Fakhroo and Al-Moayed as well as Jordanian partner UBA at the solutions day, which was attended by 70 company owners and executives keen to learn more about Sage solutions. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 11 April 2008

i2 breaks US$2bn sales barrier

Mobile phone distribution giant i2 has revealed that its gross sales hit US$2bn in 2007. i2, which has distribution and retail operations across the Middle East and Africa, doubled the number of Nokia handsets it sold year-on-year to 12.3 million in 2007 as gross sales rocketed 43%. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 10 April 2008

Epson educates Saudi sales partners

Epson gathered together its Saudi Arabian partners this week for some intensive training on selling the vendor’s portfolio of business-focused products. The Epson education team arrived in Riyadh before moving on to Al Khobar to get the Kingdom’s reseller community up to speed on scanners, projectors and printers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 10 April 2008

Bullish Brother predicts sales surge

Brother Gulf reckons it can achieve 25% compound annual sales growth in the Midddle East for the next five years. The company, which boasts a portfolio of printing, communication and digital imaging poducts for homes, offices and enterprises, talked up its long-term growth potential at a dinner with its channel partners that also commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Brother Group. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 9 April 2008

Sharaf DG teams with Sky for PC launch

UAE-based PC assembler Sky Electronics has launched its new Expeditor value PC at Sharaf DG stores. The PCs, which are exclusively available at Sharaf DG stores, are built on Nvidia’s recently unveiled GeForce 7 series motherboard GPUs. Sharaf DG has carved out an impressive reputation as a power retailer in the UAE. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 9 April 2008

ePro eyes Middle East retail exposure

Peripherals and accessories vendor ePro has set its sights on further growth in the fast-growing Middle East markets. ePro believes that building strong relationships with the crème-de-la-crème of the region’s power retail community will provide the platform that allows the company to meet its Middle East ambitions. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 7 April 2008

Farabi climbs Microsoft’s channel ladder

Middle East systems integrator Farabi Technology has been awarded Microsoft gold partner status. Farabi has a strong pedigree as an integrator of Microsoft-based business solutions across the Middle East, North Africa and South-West Asia. Farabi also has expertise in unlocking IBM legacy assets for web and Windows platfroms. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 7 April 2008

May the Salesforce be with you

eSolutions Force, which is part of the MDS Group, has struck a Middle East partnership with CRM player Salesforce.com. eSolutions reckons that it will become one of the first companies in the region capable of delivering end-to-end solutions in this sector. eSolutions also claims that the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) market in the Middle East will be worth US$112m in full year 2008. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 4 April 2008

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