Mindscape teams with Oracle to serve CIO needs

As competition among enterprises in the Middle East intensifies and CIO budgets grow to enable companies to leverage IT to gain competitive advantage, winning mind share among the region’s CIOs has become all-important for companies such as Mindscape IT.

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By  Gitex Times staff Published  October 11, 2006

As competition among enterprises in the Middle East intensifies and CIO budgets grow to enable companies to leverage IT to gain competitive advantage, winning mind share among the region’s CIOs has become all-important for companies such as Mindscape IT. “The Middle East market is going through a strong revival phase much unlike previously when companies were focusing to get the maximum out of their existing technologies,” says Sohail Khan, VP operations and business development at Mindscape, a business solutions, advanced technology and IT management firm. “Today CIOs have been allocated bigger IT budgets and business users are pushing to get advanced information systems to maximise their productivity. This is simply because the Middle East market is maturing and companies are striving to constantly edge out competition,” he says. The company will be part of the Oracle Openworld pavilion at Gitex. As an Oracle Certified Advantage Partner, the highest membership level within the Oracle PartnerNetwork, Mindscape will focus on pushing its skill sets surrounding the integrated Oracle CRM solution for financial services customers.

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