Egypt's IT spending expected to increase by USD 1.4 billion in 2010 to USD 2.6 billion by 2014
STME, a leading information infrastructure solution integrator in the Middle East, today (Tuesday, December 14, 2010) held a special customer event in Cairo, Egypt to mainly highlight the changes that have taken place since the company's acquisition in late 2009. During the event, STME also showcased its
'One Smart Solution' concept.
STME's 'One Smart Solution' model enables customers to benefit from the top technologies of various manufacturers and the expertise of the company's installed base of 10 countries, all integrated into a single tailored solution.
During the event, STME also underscored the growing importance of storage and IT infrastructure and management solutions, especially since companies today are increasingly broadening their volume of digital information. STME also pointed out how Egyptian organisations can benefit from the company's comprehensive portfolio of advanced enterprise IT solutions and services, at a time when Egypt's IT spending is expected to increase from USD 1.4 billion in 2010 to USD 2.6 billion by 2014.
Salah Abu Shaar, STME CEO, said, "Egypt represents a high potential market for STME given the country's strong economic growth and its increasing emphasis on information technology and IT services. Hence, it was imperative for us to meet with our customers here and provide them an update about the recent developments taking place at STME."
Founded in 1982, STME is the first IT company in the Middle East to receive ISO 9001:2000 certification for its world-class portfolio of Consultancy and Managed Services. STME has 14 regional offices located in 10 countries. Its offerings include Backup, Archiving and IT Compliance, Computing Platforms, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, Enterprise Content Management, Industry Solutions, Information Infrastructure, Solid State Disks, Storage Resources Management, Surveillance, and Virtualization.
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