IBA spots growth potential

It services firm IBA Group is looking to build long-term partner relationships with companies in the Gulf through its presence at this year’s GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

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IBA spots growth potential
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 17, 2010

It services firm IBA Group is looking to build long-term partner relationships with companies in the Gulf through its presence at this year’s GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, where it will be showcasing its outsourcing services and diverse software engineering activities.

“The Middle East is a new and promising destination for the company,” says says Dr. Valentin Kazan, Vice President of the company. “IBA Group is an international business with offices in eight countries and most of its revenue comes from abroad. IBA Group implements numerous projects for the US and European countries. However, these markets will sooner or later reach their saturation points.”

Headquartered in Prague, IBA Group is one of the largest IT service providers in Eastern Europe, performing onshore, near-shore and offshore projects with 2,500 professionals. It serves customers in more than 30 countries across diverse markets, including banking, transport, communication, manufacturing, trade, and public sectors.
At GITEX this week, IBA Group will be showcasing its world-class IT outsourcing services relating to mainframe software, enterprise applications and web solutions, SAP solutions, other ERP systems, as well as Lotus technologies.

It will also offer new services, such as the development of corporate performance management (CPM) systems using IBM Cognos Business Intelligence and IBM Cognos Planning, IBM Tivoli services and solutions, and IBM FileNet workflow solutions.
This is the second time that IBA Group has exhibited at GITEX and Kazan says the company is looking forward to increasing its understanding of regional market dynamics in the IT services space.

“The IBA Group would like to establish contacts with business people interested in outsourcing, and gain an insight into the latest market trends in the Middle East and Gulf region,” he reveals.

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