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STME plans new services push for 2009

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 5 January 2009

Middle East storage and IT solutions integrator STME plans to expand its service offerings in 2009 to capitalise on robust growth in the UAE. A study by Madar Research found that UAE projects accounted for 36% of the top deals in the region in 2006 and 39% in 2007 with a continued strong showing during 2008.

STME plans to unveil more services in 2009 following the successful launch of its portfolio of professional services in 2008, which covered an expanded line of consultancy and managed services. STME also aims to focus on designing cost-effective solutions based on the infrastructure-specific needs of its customers, while boosting its professional services business to address prevailing market challenges through efficient solutions that require minimum cost and involvement.

“The year 2008 has been another breakthrough period for STME with the successful launch of our new line of professional services, which served as a catalyst for enhanced growth. We have prepared to launch more innovative IT solutions that we believe will further strengthen our reputation and market stronghold as the UAE continues to showcase excellent growth prospects with companies increasingly relying on IT solutions to improve business value and competitiveness,” said Jocelyn Al-Adwani, CEO at STME.

According Madar Research, the UAE was the uncontested leader in ICT contracts in 2006 and 2007, with a total of 108 and 117 deals respectively in those consecutive years. The UAE was home to 78 of the top deals involving IT services or software solutions during 2007, representing a significant 40.63% share of all contracts signed in the region.

Capitalising on the increasing ICT expenditure in the region, particularly in the UAE, STME launched its portfolio of professional services in 2008, which was divided into two major branches: consultancy services and managed services. Consultancy services included storage audit, backup audit, IT infrastructure audit, business continuity and disaster recovery; while the managed services consisted of outsourcing and remote infrastructure management services.

Founded in 1982, STME works with best-of-breed technologies to provide customers with business-focused IT solutions. Currently maintaining 14 offices in 10 countries across the Middle East, STME employs a team of consultants and engineers.

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