Catalyst for growth

IT integration specialist Catalyst Business Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Catalyst Business Partners, is planning to use GITEX Technology Week to explain to potential clients that its staff are among some of the most qualified in the business.

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By  Administrator Published  October 18, 2008

IT integration specialist Catalyst Business Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Catalyst Business Partners, is planning to use GITEX Technology Week to explain to potential clients that its staff are among some of the most qualified in the business.

Pradeep Bagga, territory manager for CBS, also believes it will be a great opportunity to meet industry peers, competitors and clients alike.

"There are currently many IT companies and implementation partners with Oracle, but our specialty is that we can offer highly qualified and experienced staff, many of whom hold a PhD qualification. Yes, we may charge a premium for the service, but we strive to deliver a performance that matches this," says Bagga.

Catalyst is currently headquartered in San Jose, California, USA. The company provides IT integration focusing on security, business applications and smart cards applications, and has five worldwide offices covering the Middle East, West Africa, North Africa and South-East Asia.

"With our pre-sales team and technical consultants, we strive to have the most highly trained and experienced staff that we can acquire, which is vital when customising the software needs of a company. For example, most of the team has a PhD in a research subject, and between them we have over 15,000 hours of experience in the field," says Bagga.

Catalyst claims they can attract and retain staff - in a time when skilled technicians in the industry are at a premium - thanks to a solid reputation among software consultants and by ensuring their staff are well looked after and have job satisfaction.

"Our staff undergo continuous training to ensure they are up to date with the latest technology. They tend to remain loyal to the company because we try to make sure that when they deliver in terms of providing customer satisfaction, we strive to reward them for their efforts," says Bagga.

Catalyst has decided to take a pragmatic approach to this year's show by saying that it does not habour any lofty ambitions but looks forward to using the five day conference to establish partnerships and develop business.

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