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JV sees TeleWare into region

Amjaad Capital and Teleware launch Middle East operations with Qatar office opening

TeleWare, a communications solutions vendor from the UK, has trained its focus on the Middle East with the creation of TeleWare Middle East.

By way of a joint venture with Amjaad Capital, TeleWare Middle East will now offer applications, services and support in the regional telecommunications market.

"We have been investigating the opportunities for TeleWare services in the Middle East with a consultant firm and identified the need for setting up a joint venture in the region to service our clients closely," said Geoff Haworth, founder and chairman of the TeleWare Group.

"This approach will enable us to sell the full range of TeleWare applications in this exciting market," added Haworth. The new company will take up residence in Qatar and, according to the chairman, will initially focus on attracting clients in the Gulf countries.

"Qatar is growing rapidly; the market in Qatar is second only to Dubai in size, with four new cities being built," proclaimed Ahmed Alsheeb, chairman of investment company Amjaad Capital.

"TeleWare's hosted and on-site intelligent telecommunication service offering and the Rapid Deployment Unit for private mobile networks are both ideal solutions for this market, offering rapid deployment of telecommunications services for the construction sector and for established areas such as the military and oil and gas sectors as well as large and medium size corporates," concluded Alsheeb.

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