”Cybercom sees this as a key step in supporting its growing presence in the region," says Conny Karlsson, MD, Cybercom Dubai, "which is further emphasised via establishment of its new office and ongoing projects with leading enterprises in the region. Cybercom serves du (UAE's new full service telecom provider) and Nokia Siemens Networks, among others. The summit is an excellent opportunity to increase awareness of Cybercom’s propositions and to strengthen our relationship with executive telecom leaders."
“The Middle East is a growing geographic market for Cybercom," says Patrik Boman, president and CEO of the Cybercom Group. "Need for IT and telecom is skyrocketing in the entire region, because many countries are building new infrastructures for broadband, mobile telephony, and wireless data communication. Many companies are opening offices and businesses in Dubai – to serve nearby markets – and all have growing IT requirements. Cybercom´s business in the Middle East is quickly expanding due to several new assignments. More than 60 consultants are currently working in assignments for operators and systems suppliers in Africa and the Middle East. Demand has really taken off, and our presence in Dubai puts us in a position to do more business in the region."
Karlsson adds: "It's a very expansive region, and many of our customers are also expanding in in Africa. Consequently, growth potential for our services is very high. We're constantly responding to new requests for proposals."
Patrik Boman, president and CEO, Cybercom Group, +46 73 983 89 79
Conny Karlsson, MD, Cybercom Singapore and Dubai, +65 98 373 016
Patrik Anshelm, acting communications manager, Cybercom Group, +46 70 971 12 84