Keynectis opens new office in Dubai

DIC operation expected to fulfill demand for digital ID solutions in the region

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Keynectis opens new office in Dubai Keynectis’ new office will support business growth in the region.
By Staff Writer Published  October 15, 2012

France-based Keynectis S.A, a provider of software and SaaS solutions, has opened a new office in Dubai, UAE. The new entity, which is located in the United Arab Emirates, will operate as Keynectis Middle East and will be based at the Dubai Internet City (DIC) Free Zone area. The office will oversee Keynectics’ regional operations in the Middle East and other adjacent markets.

The move says Keynectis S.A, is to support the region’s strategic growth and meet the increasing market demand for digital identity solutions.

“The UAE has become a central location for companies from across the globe and a gateway to the Middle East and Asia-Pacific markets. Dubai and Abu Dhabi, in particular, consistently demonstrate business potential with most international majors setting up their offices and running business operations to reach out to their target audience,” says Pascal Colin, CEO of Keynectis.

“Our goal is to increase security and broaden the range of government services available online to ease the lives of the citizens, while optimising costs. Keynectis’ expertise in security software has a proven track record in using innovative technology to pioneer e-government and corporate projects. We are delighted to set up operations in UAE,” adds Pierre Servettaz, general manager of Keynectis Middle East.

Servettaz adds that: “With the opening of our new office in Dubai, we will be close to our customers in the region, standing by them to help them be successful in their entire projects.”

Servettaz says the company will use GITEX Technology Week to showcase its offerings but most importantly, meet with regional channel partners. “Our business has grown tremendously in the region and we felt it was the right time for us to have local presence in order to provide better support,” he said. “We are looking forward to working with VARs across the Middle East region.”

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