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‘Business in a box’ from BT outfit

Accel Frontline is launching its ‘Business in a Box’ solution this week, which will give customers the opportunity to purchase a unique all-in-one Oracle identity management package containing hardware, software and services.

‘Business in a box’ from BT outfit
Accel Frontline is targeting SMEs.

Accel Frontline is launching its ‘Business in a Box’ solution this week, which will give customers the opportunity to purchase a unique all-in-one Oracle identity management package containing hardware, software and services.

The company will be explaining how customers can benefit from this single vendor approach and why it can lead to reduced and simplified costs.

“Being a complete solution provider, we wish to be identified as vendor of choice for small and medium-sized (SME) businesses and therefore have chosen GITEX as a platform to launch our offerings,” explains Haresh Ahuja, General Manager of Enterprise Systems at Accel Frontline — a BT Frontline company.

British Telecom acquired Frontline Corp — which owns a majority stake in Accel Frontline — two years ago and since then it has been scaling its operations in the Middle East market.

BT Frontline, which employs more than 5,000 professionals throughout the world, offers a range of high-end IT consulting and infrastructure services that are designed to help companies drive operational cost efficiency and ensure business growth.

“BT offers a wide range of products and services to help businesses across the world cope with today’s increasingly complex global communications networks,” explains Ahuja. “Consulting and services are an integral part of that rich portfolio and BT Frontline in particular provides IT consulting, infrastructure services, systems integration and IT outsourcing to help customers harness IT.”

BT Frontline’s primary target market is the SME segment and it remains  focused on capturing a bigger chunk of this business in the Middle East region in the weeks and months ahead.

Ahuja adds: “The Middle East is an important area for BT not only in terms of business opportunity, but also from BT’s strategy to internationalise its R&D capabilities — we have an R&D Centre in Abu Dhabi in collaboration with Etisalat. The carrier industry is maturing, but heavy investment in infrastructure means the Middle East markets are still growing at rates higher than in most of the European countries.”

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