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Intergence shows Hyperglance technology

Company will focus on its solutions for business performance and smart skills resourcing

Job: Delighted to be back at GITEX
Job: Delighted to be back at GITEX

Intergence, an IT optimisation consultancy operating from Dubai and Cambridge, UK, will unveil its latest solutions for the Middle East at this year’s show. These include the latest offering of the company’s proprietary technology, Hyperglance.

During GITEX, Intergence will focus on its solutions for business performance and smart skills resourcing and will present UAE-specific software bundles and new managed services packages. The company will deploy a senior team led by company founder and CEO, Peter Job, who will showcase both tailored demonstrations and innovative presentations.

The company’s Hyperglance offering is described as the world’s first IT modelling and visualisation solution that provides a comprehensive, 3D view of the entire IT infrastructure, from end to end, helping ensure that an IT system can efficiently deliver business-critical services. At GITEX, Intergence will feature a new bundle exclusive to the regional market, combining Actual Experience, which enables businesses to measure and manage application performance from the critical economic perspective of staff productivity.

Intergence has seen demand in the GCC for its short term IT skills services grow dramatically. The company has consultants working on assignments across sectors, such as banking and hospitality, with plans to focus on the Higher Education, Oil & Gas, and FMCG sectors.

”We are delighted to be coming back to GITEX in 2012 with a series of exciting new products and demonstrations, including our unique 3D IT visualisation solution, Hyperglance,” says Peter Job, founder and CEO of Intergence. “GITEX is one of the biggest and best IT shows in the world and plays an important part in building an IT business in the Middle East by generating strong leads and new contact introductions.”