Nexthink to outline IT analytics vision
GITEX will run from 16-20 October 2016 at the Dubai World Trade Centre
IT analytics vendor Nexthink, has revealed that it's participating at this year's GITEX Technology Week to outline its vision for real-time analytics and intelligence.
According to Maged Eid, regional director, Nexthink: "Nexthink is one of the market leaders with differentiated IT analytics solutions.
Eid said in a very short period of time, Nexthink has acquired over 150 customers in the UAE, Qatar and Egypt, and this number continues to grow. "Our solutions are not industry specific and IT analytics fills a critical gap in the IT portfolio of any organisation," he said.
Eid said during GITEX, Nexthink's key message to attendees will be that organisations need to invest in the right technologies to ensure the delivery of critical solutions and support to end-users, no matter where they are located. "Organisations today continue to struggle with the challenge of doing more with less, while adhering to strict regulations and corporate policies," he noted.
"There is a growing need for organisations to acquire and roll-out new technologies to facilitate and ensure end-user productivity, while assuming they achieve their goals and that their end-users are satisfied."
Eid explained that most organisations have no technology in place today to be able to confirm the investments that have been made are delivering the necessary value and ROI. "Nexthink IT analytics can help organisations verify that they are on the right track and understand how they can achieve the necessary benefits," he said. "That's why we will be at GITEX to highlight and drive that message to partners and businesses."
He added that Nexthink has put in place a programme with its customers to help them measure end-user satisfaction with IT services and support. "This is possible through real-time visibility of the entire end-user computing environment powered by IT analytics and that's what we will be promoting."
That said, Eid reiterated that security is a common risk factor for all organisations, especially in the context of the tremendous growth and increase in population in the Middle East. "We are seeing more new and sophisticated targeted attacks across the region, and organisations are strengthening their IT security investments," he said.