Intergence plans GCC push

Company is looking at doubling staffing, revenues, profit in region

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Intergence plans GCC push Independent IT optimisation consultancy Intergence is planning to double its presence in the Middle East region.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  April 25, 2012

Independent IT optimisation consultancy Intergence, is planning to double revenues and profit in the Middle East from its core business of Smart Sourcing IT Skills within the next 12 to 18 months.

"Smart Sourcing accounts for around 70-80% of our annual revenues worldwide and is an area on which we will increase our focus in the Middle East, working as a trusted advisor to clients and large and well funded projects. We have found that our Dubai and UAE base gives us gives access to top IT talent," said Peter Job, Founder and CEO of Intergence.

Intergence also plans to double its staffing levels from 25 staff currently based across the GGC region to 50. These new employees will have a specific focus on the Higher Education, Oil & Gas, and FMCG sectors.

The company has appointed Tamouh Mokayed as business development manager for the region, based at the company's offices in Dubai Internet City.

Mokayed previously held senior sales and management positions with companies operating in the UAE and Qatar, working in systems integration, and he has experience of network solutions across a range of vertical industries including Oil & Gas, Hospitality, Utilities, Telecoms, Financial Services, and the Public Sector.

"Tamouh is a great addition to the Middle East team and brings valuable skills, experience and contacts. We have seen demand in the GCC for our short term Smart Sourcing IT skills services, specialist outsourcing that allows companies to flex up and down with specific IT skills very quickly, grow dramatically in the last 12 months. We now aim to double the number of consultants operating in the GCC over the next 12-18 months, and more than double our annual revenues from this core business activity," said Job.

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