ACCPAC plans expansion in Middle East

ACCPAC is continuing its regional drive following the conclusion of its first Middle East partners meeting in Dubai. The aim of the meeting was to develop the ‘ACCPAC community’ policy in the region.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  August 2, 2001

ACCPAC is continuing its regional drive following the conclusion of its first Middle East partners meeting in Dubai. The aim of the meeting was to develop the ‘ACCPAC community’ policy and enable resellers and third party members to pool skills and experiences of the region.

“The focus of the meeting was to exchange ideas on ways to participate in the region’s growth and learn from each other’s experiences in the different ME IT markets,” commented Marc Van der Ven, regional manager for ACCPAC. “One of ACCPAC’s partner strategies is to put different ACCPAC business and development partners together, which allows them to discuss their respective markets, and enables them to learn of each other’s products and co-operate on certain projects or business prospects,”

ACCPAC acknowledged the important role of their partnerships and touted their range of products for small-to-medium businesses.
“Our solutions run on the most widely used platforms in the region (MS, ORACLE, IBM, CA), and offer a level of scalability that allows channel partners to present the region’s growing businesses with applications that can accompany their development and give them the best return on investment,” added Van der Ven.

The vendor also announced plans to expand its business partners in the region to 40 by the end of the year. The vendor currently has 30 regional partners.

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