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HP signs first MSP partner in Qatar

Malomatia to offer integrated managed service solutions to enterprises in the region

HP signs first MSP partner in Qatar
Al-Naama says as an HP MSP the company will now provide services without hosting on-premise using the vendor's IT management solutions.

Qatar-based Malomatia, an IT services provider, has signed an agreement with HP to become its first managed service provider (MSP) in the Gulf state.

Under the accord, Malomatia will leverage HP's management software offerings to offer integrated managed service solutions to enterprises in Qatar through an operations centre.

Yousef Al-Naama, CEO at Malomatia, said: "We are extremely excited about this partnership. Being the first HP MSP partner in Qatar positions and enable us to offer our customers cutting-edge solutions at a much more competitive cost not just in Qatar but across the region. As an authorised HP MSP, we can now provide our customers the option to take advantage of our services without hosting on-premise by using HP IT Management solution."

Malomatia said it works with its partners and vendors to offer compelling business propositions for customers in Qatar.

According to Al Naama, the partnership with HP marks an important step in the company's managed services business and its ability to industrialise its services. "Managed services represents a key part of our business today and plays to the heart to the company's objective of building and sustaining capabilities in the local market," he said.

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