Farabi Technology bags Microsoft accolade

Systems integrator and IT services provider Farabi Technology went home happy after picking up a business process and integration competency award at Microsoft’s recent Gulf partner event.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  February 21, 2006

Systems integrator and IT services provider Farabi Technology went home happy after picking up a business process and integration competency award at Microsoft’s recent Gulf partner event. The award recognised Farabi’s proficiency in implementing and deploying Microsoft tools and services for driving internet commerce and business applications. Farabi’s skill set includes expertise in enterprise application integration, business-to-business application integration, web application and portal development as well as web-based workflow and orchestration solutions. “We are very excited about the level of recognition and confidence that this award represents,” said Bachar Kassar, general manager at Farabi Middle East. “We are firm believers that the Microsoft BizTalk server is a well positioned solution.” Mowafak Kowatly, sales manager enterprise solutions at Farabi, added: “Microsoft has demonstrated agile thinking and competency in inventing and customising their products and technologies to meet the growing challenges of today’s enterprise businesses.” “As a Microsoft solution partner, Farabi has access to the premier tools and information resources available only to certified partners. These include extensive online content, technical support and discussion about beta technologies, allowing us to use this information to maintain and improve our innovative status as key players in enterprise integration,” he continued. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, Farabi has a regional presence in the Middle East based out of Dubai. The company focuses on systems integration, software development and business solution implementation, serving the requirements of enterprise customers across multiple industries including government, finance and transportation. Farabi is upbeat about prospects for continued Middle East growth in 2006, claiming that there is a growing demand for integration solutions and enterprises invest the bulk of their IT budgets on streamlining business process and introducing business agility solutions.

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