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Daxium brings its mobility solution to Middle East

Daxium opens UAE office to target organisations with mobile workforces in the region

Daxium brings its mobility solution to Middle East
Daxium is looking to promote its mobility solution, PictBase, in the region.

Mobility application specialist Daxium has opened an office in Dubai, to promote its PictBase range of solutions to the Middle East.

The Paris-headquartered company, will be offering the PictBase solution for organisations with mobile workforces, including retail, construction, audit, government and public services.

PictBase is an off-the-shelf solution, with a cloud/SaaS-based back office management platform, with mobile applications for a range of platforms including iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry.

The company will be focusing particularly on government in the region. The PictBase solution is already in use by a number of government customers in Europe, including Paris City Hall.

Aymeric de Guerre, who was recently appointed as area manager for the Middle East commented: "The office will be supported by a team of highly skilled Daxium individuals and value added resellers. Since I have been in Dubai, our customers and partners have been very enthusiastic. Indeed our solution PictBase is perceived as a real innovation that is going to improve the way they work less time consuming, increasing productivity by +40%, control, and information.

"Our objective is to be the leader in the Middle East in business mobile solutions by 2016 to help companies and organisations to reduce their costs, to improve their productivity and internal communication."

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