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G7 CR will look to work particularly closely with startups and SMEs in the region in order to provide assistance with the digitisation and automation process many are moving towards
While the narrative in the ecosystem this year has revolved around startups and SMEs pivoting to take advantage of/survive the pandemic, IT and cloud services from outside MENA have slowly but surely making their way to the region.
The latest comes in the form of G7 CR, India's leading company cloud-based products and services. Uung UAE as its base in the region, the company hopes to be a gatekeeper for Indian clients looking to enter MENA, while working with local companies on their own cloud-based needs.
G7 CR will look to work particularly closely with startups and SMEs in the region in order to provide assistance with the digitisation and automation process many are moving towards. Cloud computing need has been on the rise over the past few years and has been the driving factor for the development of the MENA cloud computing market. G7 CR’s technology partnerships with global companies such as Amazon, Microsoft and Alibaba.com are just a testament to their expertise in cloud transformation.
“We are excited to start operations in the MEA region as it holds a lot of potential for the cloud market,” Dr. Christopher Richard, MD & Chief Cloud Architect of G7CR, said. “Our specific focus in India has always been on the small and medium businesses, startups and especially the Independent Software Vendors and that will be the same even now. One of the primary reasons for us to take up this geography is not only the potential of this market but also the potential and the opportunities that we will be providing to our Indian customers who have already partnered with G7 CR.”
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