Acer increases market share in Saudi Arabia
Acer Computer Middle East recently reported growth in the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia of more than 20 percent since January 2002 and anticipates its business with its local partner, Al Alamiah to increase by up to 50 percent over results from 2001 by the end of this year.
Al Alamiah, which has been serving the Saudi market for almost 30 years, has been an Acer partner for over 15 years. Under the terms of its partnership with Al Alamiah, Acer provides the company with product and service support throughout the Kingdom, a move aimed at increasing Acer's market share in the country.
Acer's new website is now operational and enables residents of Saudi Arabia to order Acer products via the Internet. Al Alamiah is promoting the e-commerce initiative by providing all logistical support, from ordering and managing stock to making customer delivery and providing after-sales support.
Established in 1976, Acer employs marketing and service operations across Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas, supporting dealers and distributors in over 100 nations. It's Middle East operations, based in the Jebel Ali Free Zone were initiated in 1992, administering markets in 15 Middle East and North African countries.
The 22,500 square meter regional headquarters In Jebel Ali includes a managed warehouse, a Unique Loading (Uniload) assembly plant and a customer and technical Service capable of handling component-level repairs. Acer is also active in e-business, providing MegaMicro e-enabling solutions that combine information technology (IT) products with a range of Micro services delivered via Acer's Mega infrastructure. — (menareport.com)
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