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ITS picks up HP preferred partner regional award

HP has named International Turnkey Systems (ITS) of Kuwait as its fastest growing preferred partner in the Middle East, Africa, Central and Eastern Europe region. ITS, which was established back in 1981, picked up the award ahead of more than 1,850 HP preferred partners across the region.

HP has named International Turnkey Systems (ITS) of Kuwait as its fastest growing preferred partner in the Middle East, Africa, Central and Eastern Europe region. ITS, which was established back in 1981, picked up the award ahead of more than 1,850 HP preferred partners across the region.

“ITS has achieved an amazing level of growth and this award recognizes its exemplary performance,” said Hazem Bazan, SPO director at HP Middle East. “We will continue to invest in our preferred partners to help them grow their business, while making it easier and more rewarding for them to do business with HP.”

“This award recognises and rewards our ongoing commitment to providing customers with quality solutions and outstanding customer service,” said Mohamed Zaki, assistant general manager at ITS. “The numerous benefits we receive as a preferred partner have definitely helped us to gain momentum and drive higher achievement.”

ITS has close to 800 professional within its organisation and now operates a network of 14 offices spread across the region, delivering comprehensive end-to-end IT solutions to clients. Throughout 2006, HP is honouring its top ten preferred partners each month. As well as being featured on HP’s website, winners also receive additional marketing funds from HP.

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