SunTec sharpens focus on Middle East market

Wednesday, 19 September 2007, 07:00 Hrs
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Thiruvananthapuram: SunTec Business Solutions, one of Kerala's leading IT companies and a global provider of relationship-based pricing and centralised billing software, announced here Wednesday a sharpened focus on the Middle East market with the setting up of a new office in Dubai. The Dubai office will be the hub for all activities of SunTec in the region, according to a company statement. "SunTec's Dubai office is the latest milestone in the structured expansion strategy that we had adopted in the last six months. Earlier this year, we had expanded our presence in the US and Singapore with new facilities. We have now completed our first phase of expansion for the current fiscal," said SunTec CEO Nanda Kumar. The Dubai office will facilitate SunTec's sales endeavours in the UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, KSA, Egypt, Jordan and Syria. It will also support SunTec's clients in the region, who are currently being supported from SunTec's headquarters here. "The focus is on strengthening our presence in these markets through aggressive business development and by providing flawless support to our existing clients in the region," said Kumar. SunTec offers relationship-based pricing and billing solutions for the banking, financial services and insurance, communications, media, entertainment and utilities industries. SunTec's clients include Comcast, Cable One, Bakrie Telecom, Batelco, ING Bank, HSBC Group, Lloyds TSB and ICICI Bank.
Source: IANS
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