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SNB expands operations into KSA

Value-added distributor sets up first branch office in Riyadh

SNB expands operations into KSA
Qureshi says SNB's entry into the KSA market presents a new challenge for the company.

SNB IT Distribution has made its foray into the fast growing KSA market by establishing its first branch office in Riyadh.

"KSA is a new challenge to us with its own market dynamics. As a value-added distributor specialising in data storage and backup, CCTV surveillance, networking and IT security, our superior competency has always been based on our industry expertise, technical skills and knowledge resources which aid us in offering unequalled value addition in terms of pre-sales consultancy and technical services to the IT reseller channel," said SNB's regional director, Faisal Qureshi.

He added: "We will continue to offer solutions from best-of-breed technology providers in the world. Most of our existing partners have extended to us the rights to distribute their products in KSA and we are extremely committed to live up to their confidence in us after sharing successful partnerships with them in the Middle East and India".

Qureshi said SNB is one of the fastest growing value-distribution companies in the region and has made impressive strides in growing its channel business in the four years it has been operational.

"SNB will be organising a series of roadshows and partner training programmes in the coming months. We are hosting our launch seminar in Riyadh at the end of May. This will be a great opportunity for VARs and system integrators to meet our vendors," said Qureshi.

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