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Raqmiyat names Iranian comrade

Systems integrator Raqmiyat has set its sights on grabbing a piece of the US$1.2 billion Iranian software and services market after appointing local IT firm BASA as the exclusive business partner for its GEMS ERP software solutions.

Systems integrator Raqmiyat has set its sights on grabbing a piece of the US$1.2 billion Iranian software and services market after appointing local IT firm BASA as the exclusive business partner for its GEMS ERP software solutions.

Raqmiyat intends to deliver training courses to BASA's team of consultants and will assist its new Iranian ally in managing the initial business opportunities from product demonstrations to negotiations.

"The IT market in Iran is considerable but remains largely untapped with a limited presence of international vendors," observed Navneet Tandon, VP at Raqmiyat. "Following extensive research, we have accordingly developed our strategies and will evolve them to keep pace with shifting demands.Companies are shifting from traditional to integrated management systems, and our ERP solutions answer their needs at lower costs than other offerings in the market."

UAE-based Raqmiyat is part of the Al Ghurair Group and partners with vendors such as Cisco, Microsoft and Oracle.

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