Ali Bin Ali Technology, Tyconz hold conference in Qatar on SAP products
October 16 2016 09:02 PM
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More than 100 VIP guests, businessmen, and partners from Qatar attended a recently-held conference organised by Ali Bin Ali Technology and Tyconz SAP Gold Partner

More than 100 VIP guests, businessmen, and partners from Qatar attended a recently-held conference organised by Ali Bin Ali Technology and Tyconz SAP Gold Partner.
Fokion Angelopoulos, SAP Qatar country manager, said, “Qatar is a strategic market for SAP. SAP is supporting the Qatar National Vision 2030 for the economic diversification. Small and medium-sized enterprises are key to the fulfilment of this vision. SAP Business One is the perfect platform that solves daily business challenges. The cooperation of two esteemed companies, Ali Bin Ali Technology and Tyconz, to jointly offer SAP Business One is important for the better support of the market in Qatar.”
Tarek Abdelkhalek, Tyconz CO-CEO, said, “We have designed our products to meet local requirements and support the organisations’ strategies in sustaining their ongoing growth while modelling their operations and resources to cope with unforeseen crisis and master their management. We have created a wide range of smart products that will be available to companies enabling them to reach their objectives.”
He added, “In order to meet Qatar’s fast growing economy and satisfy future demand, we have elaborated our products to serve short and long term goals: support and uphold actual business and progress hand in hand to fulfil future demands. It is worth mentioning that among SAP products, one fully-integrated application is specifically intended for small to medium businesses, serving the same mentioned goals.”
Majed Rahim, ABAT’s general manager, also said: “Our unique products required us to partner with think alike businesses, ensuring we jointly provide companies with quality services and instant support, when needed.”



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