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Wipro picks ITQAN as UAE partner

Vimala Vasan

Abu Dhabi , June 28

ITQAN Al Bawardi, the UAE's leading systems integrator, has entered into an agreement with Wipro. According to the agreement, Wipro has appointed ITQAN as a business partner in the Emirates to promote Wipro's service, NOC (Network Operating Centre), Software Application and Integration (Services).

The partnership offers opportunities to ITQAN and Wipro to emphasise on market leadership. It reduces time to market, adds value to customers via reduced costs while providing best-of-breed technology solutions through a range of products and services that accommodate corporate requirements, according to a statement.

Mr Syed Mansoor Ahmad, GM for Wipro's West Asia Operations, said, "We wanted to expand our market share in the UAE. With ITQAN as a partner, Wipro can now concentrate on its core activities."

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