ACN Top 50

ACN Top 50 - the definitive list of the most powerful enterprise players in the Middle East.

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By  Eliot Beer Published  September 7, 2007

Welcome to the ACN Top 50 - the definitive list of the most powerful enterprise players in the Middle East. The list includes vendors, distributors, integrators and service providers that operate in the region.

The list has been compiled using a number of factors - overall size in the Middle East market, global rankings, corporate strength and activity, and the market ‘buzz' around the companies, from what the ACN editorial team has heard, and other impressions from the market.

Unlike other lists, we feel this approach gives a better overall impression - beyond just what a company turns over - as to where enterprise suppliers stand in the market. Our overriding question has been "how important is this company to regional enterprises' core operations?" - from this, we have gauged where to place firms.

As part of this is based on how much discussion there is around a particular company in the market, we would welcome your comments and thoughts on the rankings.

Alongside the main list, we've also included our ‘ones to watch' - five companies which are making their mark in the region. This includes both established firms in the Middle East, and new entrants.

In addition, we've put together interviews with a number of the companies on the list. Here, some of the region's top industry professionals discuss the critical issues to the enterprise IT sector.

1. Hewlett Packard
2. Cisco
3. Oracle
4. MTC
5. IBM
6. Microsoft
7. EMC
8. Etisalat
9. Intel
10. SAP
11-15
16-20
21-30
31-40
41-50
Ones to Watch

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