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KSA integrator to resell STC services

Al-Falak signs deal to promote and sell Saudi Telecom Company's line of enterprise services in Saudi Arabia

IT and communications systems integrator Al-Falak Equipment and Supplies Company has struck a deal to promote and sell Saudi Telecom Company's (STC) line of enterprise services in Saudi Arabia.

Under the terms of the alliance Al-Falak is tasked with marketing and directly selling the services of STC's enterprise business unit to its customer base in the Kingdom.

"The agreement with STC allows us to extend the end-to-end solutions to our customers to meet business-specific connectivity requirements, tailored to small, medium and large enterprises," asserted Ahmed Ashadawi, CEO and President, Al-Falak.

"This new business alliance also provides both Al-Falak and its clients with a good opportunity to form partnerships with STC, which enjoys a solid reputation in the rapidly expanding KSA telecom market," added Ashadawi.

The portfolio of services that fall under the STC enterprise business unit include the Al Jawal business tariff reduction programme, mobile virtual private network (VPN), client-based email, business internet DSL and Backup. The vendor further boasts that STC also offers business budget control and bill splitting, which allows companies to segregate their bills into personal and business categories.

Both firms are resolute that the agreement is mutually beneficial with the SI pointing out it is a massive boost for its portfolio and services offering and the vendor claiming that the agreement opens up new business opportunities under the "regionally-renowned" Al-Falak trademark.

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