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Norway-based Crayon to draw on software expertise at GITEX

Company sets sights on regional expansion

Norway-based Crayon to draw on software expertise at GITEX
Syversen: This is a major increase in exposure for our business in the region.

Software asset management (SAM) and consultancy company Crayon MEA has announced its participation at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2014, in a bid to bolster the company's regional presence.

Crayon MEA, part of Oslo, Norway-based Crayon Group, focuses on "optimising client ROI from complex technology". The company's service offerings include software asset management (SAM), cloud, volume licensing and consulting.

Among its vendor partners, the company lists Microsoft, VMware, Citrix, Veeam, CommVault, ExtendASP, Ensim and Kelverion. Crayon won Microsoft LSP Global CA Partner of the Year in 2014 and Microsoft Global SAM Partner of the Year for 2013.

Crayon MEA's sales team and consultants will be on-hand at Stand A7-46 in Hall 7, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, to meet attendees and discuss the company's range of services. It will also highlight its bespoke support services, available to organisations seeking optimisation through the outsourcing of non-core business utilities.

"We are delighted to be participating in GITEX 2014 and look forward to talking to many of our customers and potential customers at this fantastic event," said Rune Syversen, Crayon Group CEO. "This is a major increase in exposure for our business in the region and demonstrates the depth of commitment we have to growing our business significantly throughout the Middle East and Africa."

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