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Egyptian SI sets up camp in Dubai

Giza Systems has announced the opening of a new office in Dubai's Jumeirah Lakes Towers to strengthen Gulf operations.

Systems integrator Giza Systems has announced the opening of a new office in Dubai's Jumeirah Lakes Towers which it claims will strengthen and support its Gulf operations.

Giza Systems, which targets the telecommunications, oil and gas, government and financial services industries, says its philosophy is based around providing total IT solutions for the Egyptian and Middle East IT market.

Ahmed Kamal, general manager at Giza Systems' Telecoms division, claims the new office in the UAE, the region's IT hub, is paramount to increasing the firm's future service offerings across the region. "Our Dubai office opening marks tremendous growth in our organisation and our markets," he said.

"The real question is how to maximise the benefits of technology to empower business to its fullest potential," continued Kamal. "The answer is through offering a range of solutions and services that are carefully thought out and mastered throughout the years."

Giza Systems has established partnerships with many of the major vendors in the IT and communications sectors including HP, Siemens, Oracle and Intel which it claims allow it to provide end-to-end solutions to help businesses streamline their operations and reduce costs.

"We now serve clients in six Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia, and look forward to contributing to local and regional development with our technology solutions, commitment and outstanding customer service," concluded Kamal.

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