International Information Technology signs partnership deals

Bahrain's International Information Technology (IIT) has signed three new partnerships with ThinPrint, ProClarity and Equisys

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By  Mark Sutton Published  July 9, 2003

Bahrain-based International Information Technology (IIT) has announced a number of new initiatives to broaden its portfolio. The IT services provider has signed partnership agreements with Equisys, ThinPrint GMBH and ProClarity, and has also opened a new project management office.

The partnership with Equisys will provide IIT with access to a range of SME and departmental fax server software, including the Zetafax line. Zetafax products are available for all sizes of organisation, and can be integrated with back end applications such as ERP and CRM, to handle automatic sending of faxes. Equisys also has the Zetalink product line for mobile access to data contained in business applications such as Outlook and Sage 50 accounting.

IIT will also increase its range of server-based solutions through a strategic alliance with Berlin-based ThinPrint. IIT will bundle ThinPrint’s .print software with Citrix server based software to provide optimal print data solutions for server environments.

The final addition to IIT’s solutions portfolio is provided by ProClarity. IIT has been appointed as a certified partner for ProClarity solutions for Bahrain, and will now offer its range of analytic solutions to medium and enterprise level partners. The company sees a growing demand for business intelligence solutions, according to Nader Rajab, head of the collaborative solutions unit at IIT.

“IIT realises that it is not enough to provide decision makers with data. We must deliver a way for department managers, sales reps, executives and quality control staffs to intuitively explore information and make faster, more informed decisions,” Rajab said.

The company also opened a Project Management Office (PMO) in Manama last month to help co-ordinate its activities. The PMO will serve the IIT business and technical teams by centralising project control, and improving project and business integration.

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