ManageEngine shakes up networking
Real-time IT management specialist to expand GITEX presence this year
ManageEngine is expanding its presence at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK. The company plans to make new announcements, interact with customers and partners, and showcase its wide range of solutions covering the entire spectrum of IT infrastructure management, at the region’s premier ICT event.
At GITEX, the company will showcase some of its key products, including solutions for network, server and application management; IT helpdesks; directory and log management; password and security management; and mobile device management.
“The Middle East is a very important region for us and GITEX is the perfect platform for ManageEngine to reach out to organisations looking for reliable solutions to secure, control and manage their IT ecosystems. Our participation in GITEX last year was a great success and hence this year, we are planning on a bigger and better GITEX,” says Nirmal Kumar Manoharan, Regional Director (Sales, Middle East) at ManageEngine.
At the event, ManageEngine plans to exhibit a full spectrum of enterprise IT management and IT security products, announce new launches and meet current and potential customers and partners from across the region. Senior technology experts from the company will also hold demonstrations of its unique products and address customers’ queries.
“Enterprises, banks, financial institutions and educational institutions in the Middle East are always looking for software solutions that could improve productivity, reduce costs, bolster security, ensure reliability and eventually offer better service to their customer base,” Manoharan adds.
“ManageEngine brings in these benefits with a wide range of affordable solutions and we plan to highlight this at the exhibition. Since our participation last year, we have seen an increased interest from organisations in the Middle East for our strong portfolio of IT Security, Help Desk and Integrated IT Management Solutions. This year, we are confident we will receive an even better response.”