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CA exec paves the way for further investment

Computer Associates (CA), one of the world’s largest software vendors, has pledged to further increase its investment in the Middle East region following the success of a recent tour by Gregory Corgan, CA’s executive vice president of worldwide sales.

Computer Associates (CA), one of the world’s largest software vendors, has pledged to further increase its investment in the Middle East region following the success of a recent tour by Gregory Corgan, executive vice president of worldwide sales at CA.

The tour, at the beginning of March, took in Kuwait, UAE, Qatar and Lebanon where Corgan met top CA customers, partners and government representatives.

“I have met with customers and partners in the region to share discussions on their IT needs and how CA’s enterprise IT management framework can help them achieve their business goals,” said Corgan.

“In the Arab countries, CA is going through a tremendous expansion process and it is fundamental that, as it continues to grow, ongoing investments are made to get the right skills and expertise to support our customers, develop a strong channel partner network and deliver world class solutions,” said Gilbert Lacroix, VP and area manager for EMEA’s eastern markets at CA. “Greg is here to provide his insight and share experiences with our customers as we prepare to build on the region’s capabilities,” he added.

CA promises that Corgan’s tour yielded some heavyweight deals that will shortly come to fruition, and has pledged that partners will be able to see more investment from CA soon.

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