STME’s IT Solutions Enrich Saudi Market

STME, the Middle East’s leading solutions provider and systems integrator, further enriches Saudi Arabia’s ICT market growth by providing business owners a vast array of IT managed services offerings.

STME managed services portfolio is applied in multiple technology domains, offering the tools, capabilities, and the regional delivery methodology to optimize managed services for Middle East customers. These include data management, business continuity and resiliency, data center infrastructure, private and hybrid cloud managed services, Service Level Agreement based services, resident engineers outsourcing and project management.

Furthermore, STME offers tailored managed services for customers having specific requirements, delivering them through the finest and talented IT resources available in the market.

As stated by IDC earlier this year, Saudi CIOs are looking for a viable and effective ‘halfway house’ between on-premise technology and remotely delivered services. And, STME’s offerings prove essential, as it effectively allows the customer to outsource chosen aspects of their operation and increase efficiency to provide better operational success.

Ayman Al Bayaa, CEO of STME, said “Saudi CIOs have begun embracing disruptive technologies like cloud computing, mobility, and Big Data analytics. Additionally, few organizations have started gaining the benefits associated with these technologies such as improved operational efficiency, lower operating costs, and enhanced customer relationship management.”

“We see a strong demand for managed services in the market as organization’s adoption in various modernized technologies will further insist them to implement structured IT infrastructure for their day-to-day activities. In addition, STME managed services offerings can be tailor-made and adopted for the specific needs any organization, whether small or large. Particular focus is given on managing the organization’s data and systems more effectively, which is crucial in today’s complex business environments,” Al Bayaa added. — SG

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