Iranian software sector out in force

Iranian software consortium Sanaray is out in force at Gitex to promote the international credentials of the Iranian software sector.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  October 4, 2004

Iranian software consortium Sanaray is out in force at Gitex to promote the international credentials of the Iranian software sector. Representing 50 software companies from Iran, Sanaray is actively involved in the development of the sector. Sanaray’s primary goals are to empower the Iranian software industry and encourage the export of software products and services from Iran. “Appearing at Gitex allows us to initiate fruitful business relationships. The show has a pivotal role in the expansion of our business activities and we believe there is huge potential in the region for Iranian products and services,” says Parviz Naaseri, chief executive officer at Sanaray. “We will be holding a convention for Iranian professionals and decision makers in the industry at the Iranian club on Wednesday October 6th.” Sanaray’s prime goal is to enhance the reputation of Iran’s software, telecoms, network and IT services sector and the organisation is showcasing an array of cutting-edge solutions from Iran. These include time attendance and control systems; document and content management system FilerPro; Padideh translation software, and specific retail solutions. Sanaray is also displaying System 6 solutions tailored for specific vertical markets including the ceramics, textile and carpet industries Established in 1998, Sanaray’s constitution means that its shares can only be sold to officially registered software companies in Iran. The 50 existing members are the current shareholders in the consortium, having grown from an initial base of 27 when Sanaray was founded.

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