Borland boosts regional presence

Application life cycle management (ALM) technology provider, Borland is boosting its development presence in the Middle East. Its distribution partners, Nilesoft of Egypt and Analyst House of Saudi Arabia, are making preparations to open competency centres in their respective countries to train developers in the vendor's products.

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By  Richard Agnew Published  October 21, 2003

Application life cycle management (ALM) technology provider, Borland is boosting its development presence in the Middle East. Its distribution partners, Nilesoft of Egypt and Analyst House of Saudi Arabia, are making preparations to open competency centres in their respective countries to train developers in the vendor's products.

Once the centres receive clearance, they will be opened to extend support to the local and regional market for users of Borland's technology, which is designed to help companies to develop, deploy, and integrate their software applications.

"We would like to have two competency centres, which would provide training and support to our customers. They [Nilesoft and Analyst House] would [also] train other vendors and distributors," says Imrul Chowdhury, director, North Africa, Mediterranean and Middle East, Borland.

Borland's ALM solution is geared towards easing applications' definition, design, development, testing, deployment and maintenance.

Customers in the region include oil giant, Saudi ARAMCO, and Saudi and Gulf Airlines.

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