Top 16 systems integrators, by Channel Middle East

Channel Middle East gives its annual verdict of the top systems integrators by revenue

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Top 16 systems integrators, by Channel Middle East Almoayyed Computers
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By  Manda Banda Published  September 3, 2013

8. Almoayyed Computers

Tel: +973 1 770 0777
Website: www.almoayyedcomputers.com
Regional offices: Bahrain
Key brands: Microsoft, HP, Cisco, Oracle, Avaya, Citrix and Symantec.
Ownership: Privately held by the Almoayyed family.

Verdict

Despite experiencing challenges in the Bahraini market, Almoayyed has been undeterred by some uncertainty in the market it serves. The company wants to continue to raise its profile in the public sector and banking vertical in the region.

What were the company’s milestones in 2012?

The company was able to deliver several IT projects although the main one was the National Payment Aggregator (NPA), an initiative by the eGovernment Authority for setting up a single, unified electronic payment solution across all government entities in Bahrain.

What are your strategic plans for the rest of 2013?

With regards to this opportunity, the company has developed a two-pronged strategy that includes: aligning with the existing partners to promote their cloud offerings and strengthening our own focus on cloud building.

What were the main drivers for your revenue growth in 2012?

The main drivers for last year’s solid revenue performance can be attributed to the company’s ability to deliver a variety of projects across different industry sectors.

Has the SI sector recovered from the market instability in the region?

While in other markets in the GCC things have improved, Bahrain is yet to recover. This has more to do with issues that are prevailing only in Bahrain. However, the government push in IT projects is very evident.

Where will most of your business growth come from this year?

It will be public sector and banking. We expect the infrastructure business to do well.

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