CDN exports security expertise to Bahrain
Kuwaiti systems integrator to target government and commercial sectors through local office
Kuwait-based Computer Data Networks (CDN) has stepped up its coverage of the Gulf market by opening a branch office in Manama, Bahrain.
The security integrator claims Bahrain is an "integral" part of its growth strategy and believes the office will allow it to strengthen its position as a supplier of IT, security and smart building solutions.
CDN says it will use the branch to boost its presence in the local market and develop client relations, particularly in the government and commercial sectors.
The head of CDN's business in Bahrain, Sadeq Shehab, says customers can expect the company to provide a range of specialist enterprise products and services.
"With significant experience, resources, and infrastructure, CDN will offer solutions in the key areas of data processing, telecommunications, networking and security," he said.
"The Manama office will heighten our profile within the Gulf region, where we foresee significant opportunities for further ICT investment and growth," added Shehab.
Bahrain is the fifth regional location that CDN has set up shop. The 60-strong outfit also has facilities in Qatar and the UAE, as well as Iraq, where it provides telecom and ISP services alongside its core systems integration activities.
"This new addition to our branches across the region comes just at the right time and the right place" stated Dejan Nikolin, senior VP sales and marketing at CDN.
"This marks a strategic milestone in CDN's expansion. We consider the opening of our Bahrain office as a step forward in our company's vision to more rapidly and affordably meet the needs of our clientele," he said.