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IHS, Injazat Data Systems sign agreement

The two companies will deliver information and analytics services

IHS, Injazat Data Systems sign agreement
Ibrahim Lari, CEO at Injazat (left) and IHS' Matt Johnson at the signing ceremony.

Injazat Data Systems and IHS, a global provider of critical technical information, have signed an agreement that will improve the environmental performance, health and safety, risk assessment and incident management processes of organisations in the UAE and across the region.

 Thealliance targets the oil and gas sector and other large organisations in the Middle East region.

Ibrahim Lari, chief executive officer, Injazat Data Systems, commented: "IHS is a trusted brand among our customers and we are excited to represent the company's interests in the Emirates. Partnering with a company like IHS demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with superior information and communications technology services. Our local expertise and presence, combined with global collaborations with key players such as IHS, has enabled us to help position the UAE as a technology leader in the region."

IHS enables organisations to address a broad spectrum of challenges associated with environmental performance, health and safety, risk management, product stewardship and compliance assurance.

"We are proud to align ourselves with Injazat and reinforce our commitment to our customers in the Middle East.  This agreement allows us to support our customers meet their operational goals by ensuring they have a trusted local IHS partner," said Matt Johnson, IHS vice president, Global Sales and Partner Alliances.

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