By Stuart Wilson
Sun Microsystems has unveiled Omani systems integrator Bahwan CyberTek as the latest channel name joining its iForce partner programme to push Oracle’s E-Business suite on Sun hardware in the Middle East.
Sun Microsystems has unveiled Omani systems integrator Bahwan CyberTek (BCT) as the latest channel name joining its iForce partner programme to push Oracle’s E-business suite on Sun hardware in the Middle East.
“Our focus is to provide market driven solutions, tailored to meet the real-time demands of enterprise. We have extensive experience in deploying e-services in Oman, and by partnering with Sun, with support from Tech Access, we hope to replicate our offerings across the GCC and wider Middle East,” said S. Durgaprasad, director and chief executive officer, BCT.
“Together, BCT and Sun will develop solutions for enterprise, based on the extensive experience of our two companies. We welcome BCT to our partner network, and look forward to developing our relationship,” said, Stavros Vougas, channel and marketing manager, Sun Microsystems Middle East & North Africa.
BCT will be able to showcase its solutions to potential customers on Sun platforms at Tech Access’ DIC headquarters. Tech Access — acting as Sun’s channel development partner in the Middle East — will also provide support in areas such as pre-sales technical support, training and marketing.
“BCT has a proven track record in delivering innovative market-focused solutions for the Middle East region. Their experience in implementing e-services for enterprise-level organizations, will bring added-value to Sun’s channel,” said Shomail Ghalib, managing director, Tech Access.
BCT has operations in Oman, India, UAE and the United States and has a track record of success in selling to Middle East enterprises and government departments.