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Wipro Arabia is new Microsoft LAR partner in Saudi

With Large Account Reseller status, firm can now resell Microsoft licenses and software to customers

Wipro Arabia is new Microsoft LAR partner in Saudi
New LAR status means Wipro Arabia can now directly handle enterprise deals in Saudi Arabia without having to do through a distributor.

Wipro Arabia has been awarded the Large Account Reseller (LAR) status by Microsoft for Saudi Arabia, which means that the firm can now resell Microsoft licenses and software to customer and directly manage enterprise agreements, without going through a distributor.

Wipro Arabia Limited is a joint venture between Indian-based Wipro Limited and Dar Al Riyadh, a diversified group in Saudi Arabia with business interests in engineering services, industrial products and IT.

Durga Prasad, GM and head of Business Operations, Wipro Arabia states that being made a LAR partner will boost their presence and service to Microsoft customers in Saudi Arabia.

"We are excited about Wipro Arabia being selected as the LAR partner for Microsoft. Through this partnership, we will now be able to increase our competitiveness in providing customer-centric solutions on Microsoft platform to our customers in the Kingdom," Prasad stated.

Fernando de Sousa, Chief Operating Officer at Microsoft in Saudi Arabia adds that Wipro "has consistently added value" to customers in the kingdom.

"The Microsoft LAR partner status is a fantastic achievement for Wipro and a testament of our long standing relationship and work in the region," he commented.







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