Regional value added distributor Hiperdist, has announced its participation in the upcoming 39th GITEX Technology Week. During the course of the exhibition, Hiperdist plans to highlight its key focus areas – ‘Cloud’ and ‘Security’ with a keen eye on the trends in digital transformation.
In line with this, Hiperdist will hold training sessions, workshops and demos for all attendees, while giving them the opportunity to test their knowledge and get certified on the stand itself. Additionally, the organization will provide an opportunity for resellers and vendors to schedule meetings one on one during the event.
Speaking about this initiative, Santosh Sansare, General Manager, Hiperdist said, “As a growing distributor, our key focus is on solutions of the future that are based on these major technologies. Keeping this in mind, we have invested in developing capabilities from a long-term perspective. We plan to showcase our readiness via GITEX, and to establish our enduring approach to this region and the channel.”
Dr. Antoine Kareh, General Manager, CIS Group also expanded on the long-term vision of the organization, saying, “We have over 40 years of experience in the MEA region, and a long legacy of success in the African sub-continent. This is due to our relentless focus on empowering our partners with the right tools suitable to the market. Our long-term vision is to share our expertise with our partner base and allow them to leverage our deep reach in the African countries. At GITEX, this is the commitment we want to emphasize.”
Headquartered in the UAE, Hiperdist overlooks the distribution arm of the prominent CIS Group which is present across 25 countries in the Middle East and Africa with an annual turnover of over $350 Million. Hiperdist has an extensive base of over 2000 resellers, with local entities in UAE, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Jordan, Tanzania, Kenya, Lebanon, and Nigeria. The company, which recently completed 5 years in the UAE, has also just signed on with leading brands such as Microsoft and Acunetix.