Raqmiyat qualifies as Red Hat Advanced Business Partner

New certification will help Raqmiyat meet growing demand for advanced open source solutions

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Raqmiyat qualifies as Red Hat Advanced Business Partner Raqmiyat has been working with Red Hat for ten years says Saxena.
By  Mark Sutton Published  February 14, 2011

Systems integrator Raqmiyat has announced that it has attained Advanced Business Partner status from Red Hat.

Raqmiyat, which is also a part of the Red Hat Training Program, a distributor of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and a provider and integrator for Red Hat solutions, achieved the certification after meeting high levels of sales performance, customer satisfaction and technical requirements, and proving its expertise with Red Hat's solutions.

The company says that it is seeing a growing demand across the region for increasingly complex open source-based solutions, and that the certification will help it to deliver solutions based on Red Hat. The company also has a large team of Linux-certified Red Hat Certified Engineers (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified Technicians (RHCT) to deliver solutions.

Sandeep Saxena, vice president - Technology Solutions, Raqmiyat commented: "Attaining Red Hat's Advanced Business Partner status for the GCC region is a major step forward for Raqmiyat's continuing efforts to create a stronger presence in the region. Our strategic partnership with Red Hat over the past ten years compliments our strong commitment towards investing and prioritizing the development of solutions based on open source platforms for our wide range of customers across different industries and business segments.

"Ramqiyat has managed to maintain a strong interactive relationship with its customers and has helped build and develop open source competencies in the GCC region. Our Advanced Business Partnership with Red Hat provides our customers with advantages and benefits that will allow them to be on top of their game and will also allow us to promote the benefits of utilizing open source solutions to help increase productivity and efficiencies," he added.


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