Al Jammaz Telecom eyes software potential

Al Jammaz Telecom, a major player in the value-added distribution arena in the Kingdom, is displaying the full strength of its product portfolio at Gitex Saudi Arabia this year. With an extensive line-up of hardware, Al Jammaz is now casting its eye over the potential to add a range of value-added software to its market offering.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  April 26, 2006

Al Jammaz Telecom, a major player in the value-added distribution arena in the Kingdom, is displaying the full strength of its product portfolio at Gitex Saudi Arabia this year. With an extensive line-up of hardware, Al Jammaz is now casting its eye over the potential to add a range of value-added software to its market offering. Al Jammaz Telecom’s stand features an extensive line-up of cutting-edge products from a range of vendors including Cisco, Dell, APC, Sun, Linksys, Brand-Rex, SpeedTouch, Patton and Saifor. Al Jammaz has also reiterated its commitment to reseller profitability through the use of innovative partner programmes in the Kingdom. During this year’s show, Saudi resellers have flocked to the Al Jammaz stand to watch product demonstrations and discuss future opportunities for growth with the distributor’s management team. “Gitex Saudi Arabia is a vital show that demonstrates our commitment to our channel customers and our vendor partners,” said Asim S. Al-Jammaz, VP at Al-Jammaz. “Our stand shows the extent of our portfolio — especially in the hardware arena. Moving forwards, we will look to initiate discussions with complementary software vendors that will enable us to expand our product portfolio even further.” Al Jammaz continues to drive its engagement with its reseller partners forward, holding a significant inventory level in the Kingdom and combining this with a well managed information systems to ensure that availability matches market demand. Given the recent expansion of its product portfolio, Al Jammaz Telecom is now focused on establishing itself as one of the leading IT distribution houses in the Middle East.

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