June 25, 2017

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Jel bags Asus rights

IT distributor Jel Corporation has picked up Asus distribution rights in Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. The new distribution agreement with Asus will be handled through Jel’s wholly-owned Middle East subsidiary, which has points of presence in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Jebel Ali in the UAE. Jel Corporation is quoted on the Singapore stock exchange. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 19 September 2008

Sparxent plans Russia ramp up with Arbyte move

Sparxent, a US-based start-up VAR with aggressive worldwide expansion plans, has signed a letter of intent to snap up Moscow-based IT service provider Arbyte. Sparxent wants to position itself as a vendor agnostic midmarket IT and business solution provider and is preparing a string of acquisitions to make its mark in this sector. Arbyte Group has a significant customer base in the Russian Federation and Ukraine. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 16 September 2008

Russian IT market worth US$17.4 billion in 2008

The Russian IT market will be worth US$17.4 billion for full year 2008, according to data from the latest report on global IT spending released by the European Information Technology Observatory (EITO). The 2008 market value represents 17.5% year-on-year growth and with a similar increase predicted next year, Russian IT spend will smash through the US$20 billion barrier in 2009. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 11 September 2008

Mega heads East with new partner

Enterprise architecture and business process analysis specialist Mega has extended its partner programme reach to Eastern Europe and Russia, signing a deal with Budapest-based BPM International. Mega has sold more than 50,000 licences for its modelling suite and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software suite. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 8 September 2008

Asbis picks up Abbyy rights in Russia

Emerging markets distribution powerhouse Asbis has added Abbyy to its vendor portfolio in Russia. Abbyy offers document recognition, data capture and linguistic software. Under the terms of the deal Asbis will distribute Abbyy’s complete portfolio within the Russian federation. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 3 September 2008

DCC CIS pulls in 200-plus Russian retailers

The fifth annual Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) CIS event cemented its credentials last week as the ultimate ‘must attend’ event for retailers, distributors and vendors selling through the retail channel in Russia and the CIS countries. More than 550 delegates gathered together at Le Meridien Moscow Country Club for the event, which included a compelling mix of one-on-one meetings, presentations, workshops and professional networking opportunities. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 24 June 2008

DCC CIS opens its doors

A record number of IT vendors and retailers from across Russia and the CIS are gathering in Moscow this week for the fifth annual Digital Consumer Channel CIS event. More than 550 channel-focused executives working in this key global growth market are taking part in a packed agenda of one-on-one meetings, boardroom sessions and professional networking activities. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 18 June 2008

Tumbleweed ramps up Russian channel

Tumbleweed has appointed Rainbow Technologies as a premier distributor in Russia. Tumbleweed, which specialises in managed file transfer and e-mail security solutions, reckons that its latest channel recruit will help it tap into Russia’s technology boom. Rainbow will look to sell secure content delivery solutions to private companies and government agencies throughout Russia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 6 June 2008

Expand opens Russian office

Expand Networks has ramped up its operation in Russia, opening an in-country office and appointing Albert Katsir as sales director in Russia. Expand, which specialises in application acceleration over the wide are network (WAN), reckons that there are significant growth opportunities within the Russian market. The company will now look to further develop its market reach and build upon its existing partner and customer channels. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 29 May 2008

Kerio makes Moscow move

Internet security and messaging software vendor Kerio has opened an office in Moscow to support its rapid sales growth in Russia. The new office will service Kerio’s reseller and distribution community, which provide the channel to market for the vendor’s messaging and firewall solutions aimed at the SME market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 17 April 2008

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