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Dubai, UAE, United Arab Emirates, 2006/11/14 - eSys Technologies’ stand at GITEX will be located in Hall number 2, Stand D2-20.
eSys Technologies, the fastest growing IT component distribution network in the world, is gearing up to offer complete lifecycle solutions at GITEX 2006 in association with its partners Xerox, Western Digital & Samsung.
The lifecycle solutions that eSys aims to demonstrate are as follows – eSys notebooks for creating documents, Xerox printers to print documents, Portable hard drives from Western Digital or Samsung to store data and eSys’ advanced data recovery service eXtract in case of data corruption or loss. eSys will also showcase other range of IT components from Hynix, Benq, Alps, AData and Xserve.
“For the past several years, eSys has successfully leveraged the excellent networking platform offered by Gitex to strengthen our relationship with existing customers and establish new business contacts,” said Pavan Gupta, Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, eSys Technologies. “The fast-evolving business environment and changing consumer preferences has prompted us to approach this edition of GITEX a little differently. Accordingly we will be presenting a comprehensive set of lifecycle solutions, reinforcing our alliance with our partners.”
“As far as eSys’ is concerned, GITEX Dubai gives us an excellent opportunity to reach out to our target audience, considering the popularity and scope of the event. Gitex is an ideal platform to launch new products and services and this year too, eSys will be introducing some new products to the regional market,” he added.
eSys Technologies’ stand at GITEX will be located in Hall number 2, Stand D2-20. eSys has planned a factory tour for its partners on the second day of GITEX to show them the state of the art facilities at its ISO certified factory in Dubai.
eSys Technologies has a manufacturing facility at Jebel Ali Free Zone in Dubai. With a capacity to produce 30,000 PCs a month, the facility targets buyers requiring a minimum of 1000 PCs and provides competitively priced, hassle-free PC assembly for manufacturers wishing to outsource their manufacturing requirements. Apart from eSys PCs, the company has its range of white box PCs that could be branded with the buyer’s brand. With an option of Windows and Linux operating systems, the PCs would also provide economies of scale for customers with budgetary concerns, for example, in the secondary education field.