ACCPAC expands partner base

ACCPAC International has announced the appointment of three new channel partnerships in the region. The new partners are Arabesque Systems Company in Kuwait; Almoayyed Computers-QME, of Bahrain and Key Information Technology of the UAE.

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By  Mark Sutton Published  September 30, 2001

ACCPAC International has announced the appointment of three new channel partnerships in the region. The new partners are Arabesque Systems Company in Kuwait; Almoayyed Computers-QME, of Bahrain and Key Information Technology of the UAE.

Marc Van der Ven, regional manager of ACCPAC Middle East said that the deals would allow end users to get the most from their solutions. “Our foremost priority is our users, they should be sure that they are getting the solution that best fits their requirements and the best support for it,” he said. “Our partnerships in the Middle East ensure that current and potential clients have access to professional and uninterrupted support capabilities.”

Hesham Kamel Sayed, financial & administration manager of Arabesque Systems said that the company evaluated a number of packages before deciding on ACCPAC as it was most suited to Kuwait’s mid-market sector. The growth of businesses in Kuwait means that there is a need for affordable software that has the scalability to grow with the company. The availability of support was also important: “It is also part of our evaluation of the software package, and the feedback we got from so many companies was that support was good online, in the Gulf.”

Key Information Technologies will be offering ACCPAC financials as part of its solutions for the hospitality industry. The company already offers Fidelio Management Systems for the front end of many hotels, especially the independent hotels, and had a requirement for a back office system that they could provide alongside those systems. “We were looking for a back office that would tie up seamlessly with it in regards to core operations,” explained Massoud Al Janahi, managing director of Key Information Technologies. “Our partnership with ACCPAC brings one integrated solution to the booming hospitality industry, allowing it to compete on international operational standards.”

Almoayyed Computers—Quest Middle East was also looking for a solution that would integrate easily into its Hospital Management Information System. The company already had a solution for high-end hospital customers, but it needed a solution that would be suitable at clinic-level, and the company did not want to spend time and resources developing its own accounting solution, according to CV Ramana Murthy, CEO and GM of Quest Middle East.

“Business automation solutions are a must today for all organisations who are interested in more efficient an cost effective delivery of services,” he said. “Our Hospital Management Information solution, Clinicware, integrated with ACCPAC financials delivers the efficiency and cost effectiveness that the sector seeks.”

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