ALE eyes enterprise transformation
ALE said it will introduce a range of groundbreaking solutions that allow enterprises to shape their own communications
ALE, operating under the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise brand, has said it will utilise this year's participation at GITEX Technology Week to promote its latest technology products and solutions.
At GITEX, ALE said it will introduce a range of groundbreaking solutions that allow enterprises to shape their own communications and collaboration architecture to empower "customer-centric" services and drive digital transformation.
New products and solutions that will be on display at this year's event will include Rainbow, an innovative cloud-based relationship management platform that connects business users, business contacts and systems designed to improve team communication and collaboration. Other products include the OmniAccess, a WLAN access points that delivers high-performance WiFi, LAN access and OXO Connect C25 a solution that connects and converges communication platforms for small and medium businesses.
"GITEX Technology Week allows us the opportunity to showcase our latest innovations in technology, network and offer in-depth consulting and insights to both new and existing customers," said Baher Ezzat, ALE, regional general manager, Middle East.
Ezzat said the region's largest ICT exhibition enables deeper connectivity with partners, customers and peers as it enables a platform for knowledge exchange and learning.
"Every year, the exhibition continues to reinforce its value proposition and we look forward to bringing an innovative portfolio of solutions to redefine the enterprise infrastructure market in the region," he said.
The innovative and easy-to-use converged network solutions from ALE had influenced partnerships with renowned businesses and institutions including Medcare and Al Ghurair Group in the UAE, Shobaily Hotel and Al Khozama Hotel in Saudi Arabia and Orange in Jordan.