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Injazat signs services deal with ADFCA

Injazat to provide range of services to Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority

Injazat signs services deal with ADFCA
ADFCA will take a number of services from Injazat.

Injazat Data Systems has signed a two year support contract with the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA), to provide a range of IT services.

ADFCA, which is responsible for food safety and agriculture in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, will access a number of services from Injazat's data centre, including Co-Location, Internet Hosting, Enterprise Server Management and Storage Area Network (SAN) Storage services. The service provider will also deliver a service desk, workplace field support and various other application services to ADFCA.

"Our agreement with ADFCA is a landmark achievement in our efforts to channel our industry leadership to advance Abu Dhabi's development agenda over the next two decades. We assure ADFCA of consistently high levels of service and quality befitting our status as one of the UAE's top managed IT providers," said Antonio Antonuccio, chief operating officer, Injazat Data Systems.

"Technology is a vital cog in ensuring that our services are delivered efficiently, effectively and securely. Through Injazat's technical assistance we are confident that we will be able to enhance our technology-enabled ability to develop and implement cohesive and effective policies and regulations, uphold high quality standards, and promote broader research and awareness," added Omar Al Neaimi, director, IT Division, Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority.

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