ITWorx: BI spending to remain priority in 2010

Egyptian professional services provider ITWorx has declared that enterprises will continue to prioritise their budgets around business intelligence (BI) systems in the remainder of 2009 and for next year as well.

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ITWorx: BI spending to remain priority in 2010 Wael Amin, President of ITWorx.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 18, 2009

Egyptian professional services provider ITWorx has declared that enterprises will continue to prioritise their budgets around business intelligence (BI) systems in the remainder of 2009 and for next year as well.

The firm offers a number of products including development services for online portals, business intelligence initiatives, enterprise application integration, and application development outsourcing services. Past clients have included the GEMS group in Dubai.

Wael Amin, President of ITWorx confirms that GITEX Technology Week is a major part of its regional strategy: “GITEX is the largest technology tradeshow of its kind in the Middle East and ITWorx is proud to be a part of it. We have exhibited at GITEX for the last six years, which was a rewarding experience for ITWorx. The events have been successful, both in terms of leads as well as networking; and we hope to replicate the success this year too.

“The region is amongst the fastest growing in the world in terms of ICT adoption; and one of the most exciting for ITWorx, where the company has been a part of this expansion over the past seven years. During this time, there has been much emphasis on e-government and e-learning initiatives; all of which have raised the bar and demand for world-class IT solutions in ITWorx’s key industries,” he adds.

The GCC region now contributes more than 50% of ITWorx’s revenue. At the show, ITWorx plans to promote its Government Performance Management, a government-focused BI system and AuthorExpert, a desktop authoring tool designed for the education sector.

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