CMCS looking for sales springboard from Gitex

Project and portfolio management applications vendor looking to Gitex sales opportunities to complete year-end revenue effort.

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By  Mark Sutton Published  August 13, 2007

Project and portfolio management specialist Collaboration Management and Control Solutions (CMCS), is looking to Gitex to give it a springboard for a 30% increase in sales over the coming year. CMCS aims to build on its existing success, and to develop new opportunities at the show.

CMCS's has gained over 750 new customers for its project, portfolio management applications and training courses over the past ten months, the company reports, and is now aggressively targeting further growth.

Bassam Samman, CEO and founder of CMCS, said: "We have participated at Gitex for five years now and it has always proved to be a success for us. Gitex attracts a large number of visitors and exhibitors, which helps us to keep abreast of industry innovations and to introduce a few of our own. We plan to achieve a minimum 30% growth in revenue by the year-end, so Gitex provides us with a valuable opportunity to network and meet potential customers."

"We have already gained a market share of 70% in the Middle East and want to further encourage more companies to make project management a core part of how they plan, execute and monitor performance. This Gitex 2007 we will introduce organizations to the tools they need to address critical project risks and so maintain growth," Samman added.

CMCS launched direct operations in Kuwait and Lebanon, and now plans to open five offices in Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Jordan and India by early 2008.

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