CA goes on e-business offensive

Systems management player embarks on regional road show campaign to raise awareness to the e-business issues

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By  Greg Wilson Published  January 30, 2001

Computer Associates (CA) is beginning an e-business blitz with a series of seminars that will run throughout the region. The gruelling CA road show schedule will begin in mid February in Riyadh and then move onto Bahrain, Kuwait, Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

“While others are only defining e-business, we’re already discussing the next generation of e-business,” says Abdul Karim Riyaz, marketing manager, CA Middle East. “We’re going to be talking about the infrastructure that companies need and the best ways to implement it. We’re also going to be focusing on security and application integration, which are both key areas in the e-business age.”

The road shows will also touch on portal technologies from CA, based around the vendor’s Jasmine software. The road show will also cover international case studies, showing attendees the functionality of CA’s e-business infrastructure software.

“E-business has generated a whole new wave of questions from IT managers and senior business managers. There is an increased focus on infrastructure availability and the need to integrate applications to the Web front end,” says Riyaz. "we're going to be answering some of these questions," he adds.

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