CA drives forward

The good news for CIOs and IT managers is that CA is going all out to transform IT management by bringing much needed simpler and more unified solutions into the datacentre.

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By  Gitex Times staff Published  October 11, 2006

The good news for CIOs and IT managers is that CA is going all out to transform IT management by bringing much needed simpler and more unified solutions into the datacentre. “The IT environment in the Middle East has drastically evolved over the last couple of years. Customers and partners have been telling us that although IT adoption is more pervasive, it has become much more complex to manage. This is where we come in and can help companies unify and simplify the management of complex IT environments,” says Ned Jaroudi, vice president, area marketing, EMEA Eastern Markets for CA. “We’re using Gitex to unveil our new tagline that reads ‘Transforming IT Management’, which is being reflected in almost all of our activities. This truly describes what we do better than anyone else: unify and simplify IT management,” he says. The company will also be promoting solutions — some for the first time — around enterprise IT management (EITM) and its five business units and solutions that help companies improve service, manage risk, manage cost, and align IT investment to business objectives. Also showcased will be its SMB protection solutions as well as its education, support, and implementation services. “Last but not least, you will see our regional and global partners and customers supporting us and vice-versa. Also stay tuned for a few surprises as well,” says Jaroudi. CA is one of the world’s largest IT management software providers, serving more than 98% of the Fortune 1000 companies, as well as government entities, educational institutions and thousands of other companies in diverse industries the world over. Having spent the last two years building its Middle East operations from scratch, its core objective now is to grow in a sustained manner. “We are confident we can achieve this through new product introductions, geographic expansion, and alternate routes to markets. This last point is extremely important as we are moving towards a truly indirect sales model to develop our own and our partners’ reach,” continues Jaroudi.

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