Middle Eastern Enterprises Tend to Use More ICT Services, According to Discounted Kable Report Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) July 15, 2014

Most of the 121 Middle Eastern enterprises surveyed are expected to significantly increase their ICT budgets in 2014. The companies in the region are planning to invest a greater portion of their external ICT budgets in software, hardware, and IT services in 2014 more than the combined allocation seen in 2013. Middle Eastern enterprises were allocating the greatest half of their software budgets to application lifecycle management (ALM) as of 2013, with information management and enterprise applications following after.

The intensifying global competition and government incentives are stimulating the usage of ICT amongst enterprises in the Middle East region. Considering business and IT objectives impact on IT investment strategy, finding more purchasing channels, selecting the better ICT providers are among the key ICT procurement trends in the region.

Discounted research report ICT investment trends in the Middle East – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015 prepared by Kable is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

Report Details:

Title: ICT investment trends in the Middle East – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015

Published: June, 2014

Pages: 59

Price: US$ 2,695.00

http://marketpublishers.com/report/it_services/ict-investment-trends-in-middle-east-enterprise-ict-spending-patterns-through-to-end-of-2015.html

The report offers an up-close look at ICT spending patterns in the Middle East by providing important findings from an all-round survey of the 121 enterprises operating in the region. The study investigates the core technologies which companies are pouring funds in, such as cloud computing solutions, content management, business intelligence, communications and collaboration, amid others. The study examines how the regions enterprises allocate their ICT budgets across the major areas of enterprise ICT expenditure (third-party IT services, hardware, software, consulting, and telecommunications); limelights the key approaches taken by the Middle Eastern enterprises when purchasing various technologies. The research report examines the ICT vendors and providers of services, reviews the main drivers impacting the enterprises’ investments in each category of technology, and also canvasses the preferred buying approaches. Furthermore, an insightful discussion of how the Middle Eastern enterprises ICT budget allocations and priorities are expected to change in the offing is provided in the report.

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ILA Egypt Brings Cloud-Based Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Services to the Middle East and Africa


Cairo, Egypt (PRWEB) May 15, 2012

ILA Egypt, a pioneering company in the areas of cloud-based and M2M services provisioning in the Middle East and Africa, sponsored and participated in the Automation Technology exhibition 2012 held in Cairo, Egypt from the 6th to 8th of May 2012.

During the exhibition, ILA Egypt presented five of its M2M-based range of services: 1) Vehicles Safety, 2) Vehicle Tracking, 3) Mobile Workforce Tracking, 4) Student Outdoor Safety and 5) Smart Lock for Access Control services. ILA Egypt has strategic partnerships with international suppliers of Smart Buildings, Vehicles Safety, Tracking and Personal Safety services which are offered in the Middle East and African markets through ILA Egypts cloud infrastructure and platforms.

ILA Egypt offers the Student Outdoor Safety service which provides students and childrens safety during their school bus trips. The service depends on the use of an RFID-GPRS integrated smart device that is installed inside the school bus. Students carry their personalized RFID cards which are then read by the device and automatically recording the presence of the students inside the bus and sending automatic SMS messages to parents and school administration. The service comes in a time where the Egyptian community is in need for higher security solutions to ensure the safety of children on the road.

The second M2M service offered by ILA Egypt is the Vehicles Tracking service which enables all kinds of businesses that own and operate a fleet of vehicles to monitor its location and performance. The Vehicle Tracking Services provides fleet managers with critical performance indicators such as average speed, real time location, history of distances traveled, geo-fencing and trip reports.

The Third service is the Mobile Work Force Tracking, which enables business managers to monitor their on-the-move work force in terms of knowing, in real time, the time of reaching customers, distances traveled, trip reports and receiving alerts in case the agent surpasses his or her assigned territory.

The fourth service is the Vehicle Safety service which has generated a lot of attraction during the Automation Technology exhibition in Cairo, the service depends on installing a GSM-based device inside the vehicle which enables the car owner to simply send an SMS message to deactivate-or activate-the power circuit running in the car to immobilize it and protect it against theft or protection against any dangerous situation. ILA Egypt provides the service along with installation support and customer care support.

The fifth service presented by ILA Egypt during the Automation Technology exhibition is the Smart Lock for Access Control which is part of ILA Egypts wide range of smart buildings solutions. The Smart Lock service allows buildings, corporate or residential, to remotely manage the access to the building through a cloud-based software which allows many features including: Automatic door unlock schedules, Programmable Access Schedules, Access Profiles, programmable holidays access schedules and Alarms for forced entry/door held open conditions.

In their statement about the participation of ILA Egypt at the Automation Technology exhibition, Khalid Al Farkh, ILA Egypt Chairman, and Mahmoud ElDessouky, CEO of ILA Egypt stated: ILA Egypt is very proud to be leading the way in introducing cloud-based M2M services to the Middle East and African markets. Cloud-based services are driven from the basic economic principle of cost optimization whereby our customers do not any longer have to invest large amounts of money to acquire the necessary infrastructure and software license to manage, improve and monitor their different business needs. We at ILA Egypt are driven by the cloud-based model whereby we transform capital investment into well spent operational costs for our clients and yet help them solve their critical business challenges through our various cloud-based and M2M solutions.

ILA Egypts international technology partners in the area of M2M services are: Ennovasys, CanSec, SICEP and Incenergy.