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Intuitive trains IT professionals

Abu Dhabi-based Intuitive Systems intends to open training centres for Middle East firms which pass the PRINCE2 and APICS certifications.

Business software solutions specialist Intuitive Systems has announced plans to set up training centres in the Middle East for companies which have the PRINCE2 and APICS certifications at this year's edition of GITEX Technology Week.

"We currently represent IT vendors Consona, CorporationRingdale, OZLINX Solutions and Method123 project management methodology (MPMM) in the Middle East, but we plan on going a step further," says Umer Abdul Ahad, CEO of the Abu Dhabi-based firm.

"We also want to become a unique 'Process Engineering' and 'Process Re- Engineering' solution provider - which will mean having training centres as well."

Ahad confirms that GITEX Technology Week will be a key component of its marketing plan for these emerging developments.

"We have been attending GITEX since its inception in 2006," he says. "It has been instrumental in enabling Intuitive Systems to penetrate into the local market and establish key alliances in the Middle East region."

Ahad claims that sharing knowledge is at the heart of Intuitive's philosophy.

"Our vision is to spread and share the knowledge and experience of theoretical processes by technological means," he enthuses. "This year at GITEX we will also be showcasing a turnkey SmartHomes solution for the booming real estate industry in this region."

The home automation solution aims to streamline and simplify all the technology in a modern home setting for enabling a lifestyle of comfort and convenience.

"Ringdale has an innovative, cost-effective access control product line that features building access control, vehicle access control, visitor management and identification card production solutions," adds Ahad.

"It also has the widest range of rugged, weather-resistant readers incorporating the latest technology. We can centrally manage, monitor and log access to any number of doors, gates, garages and turnstiles.

"With this product we can centrally manage, monitor and log access to any number of doors, gates, garages and turnstiles," he says. "It's perfectly suited for any industry where physical access must be controlled, the solution provides fast, easy enrollment and use with unparalleled accuracy and reliability."

Ahad is keen to underline the importance he attaches to Intuitive's presence at GITEX Technology Week.

"GITEX is the premier IT event in the region. With Intuitive Systems being a core technology company, we cannot afford to miss such a tremendous opportunity for marketing and business networking.. We look forward to Intuitive Systems to the diversified audience here."

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