Meta Byte forges partnership with Planview
As a Planview Partner, Meta Byte will also be responsible for implementation and integration services
Meta Byte Technologies has partnered with Planview to introduce resource management solutions to enterprises in the Middle East.Planview enables enterprises to maximise their business opportunities by optimising the capacity of their people and financial resources. The company's PPM solutions include Planview Enterprise, for resource and portfolio management, and Projectplace, a work collaboration tool for small teams and enterprises.Meta Byte is well positioned to leverage Planview's solution to further elevate its ability to deliver project and portfolio management and enterprise resource planning solutions throughout the region. Furthermore, as a Planview partner, Meta Byte will be responsible for implementation and integration services, project management consulting, process change and best practices consulting and product development process expertise.Salil Dighe, founder and CEO at Meta Byte Technologies, said: "We are delighted to partner with award-winning PPM solution provider, Planview, and look forward to forging an enduring partnership to successfully meet the requirements of our customers in the region."With Planview´s world class solutions and best practices, together with our local experience and consulting capabilities, we can help our customers capture new opportunities, by optimising their resources and financing capacity."
Thom Everett, executive vice president global sales operations at Planview, added: "This partnership will provide enterprises with a robust solution that delivers the capabilities required to manage and improve the visibility into tasks and projects of all sizes and types.
"Meta Byte with their ability and capability to deliver successful projects across various verticals in Middle East combined with the power of Planview solutions, will be of great benefit to those enterprises looking to transform their planning and execution capabilities."