IV Group offers complete range of e-biz services

IV Group (IVG) is bringing its full portfolio of e-business solutions to bear on Gitex. The Saudi-based systems integrator is offering a collection of services and products that will take a company right from the conceptual stage of an e-business initiative, all the way through to solution and implementation, integration and training.

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By  Mohammed Affan Published  October 6, 2002

IV Group (IVG) is bringing its full portfolio of e-business solutions to bear on Gitex. The Saudi-based systems integrator is offering a collection of services and products that will take a company right from the conceptual stage of an e-business initiative, all the way through to solution and implementation, integration and training.
Through its various foundation companies — e-Commerce Company, Integrated Visions and A2A — IVG has already formed partnerships with vendors such as Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, Sun Microsystems, HP and Equant and a collection of high brow consulting organisations.

“In cooperation with our partners we provide products and services that help companies and organisations excel by allowing them to focus on their core businesses — leaving the clerical, statistical and management means and tools to be held and done by [IVG],” says Mohammad Al Shammary, managing director of e-Commerce. “The IVG approach means that businesses can innovate, giving all their attention to profit-making activities,” he adds.

As many companies have yet to formulate a comprehensive web strategy, IV Group believes that the market is ripe for its portfolio of systems and services. Previously, the deployment of e-business solutions has been held up by the inadequate infrastructure and a shortage of skilled human resources. However, IV Group’s local resources and experience will help it overcome such problems.
“It’s not easy for any company to make the changes required to successfully do e-commerce,” explains Al Shammery.

“Putting up a web site doesn’t make a company e-enabled. In the region we’ve seen that companies want to go global. A company tells us what they want to accomplish and our experts advise them on what will be required. IVG [shows] what’s possible,” he explains.

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