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Paramount opens office in Oman

This latest addition takes the number of Paramount offices across the region to six including its headquarters in Dubai and branch offices in Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and now Oman.


Premchand Kurup, CEO Paramount Computer Systems said, “So far we have been supporting clients in Oman from our Dubai office and have been able to secure some significant wins. The new office is testimony to our commitment to our customers who reposed their confidence in us even when we did not have ground support”.


Kurup said inspite of the current recessionary market conditions where companies are scaling back operations, Paramount is expanding its regional presence as it believes that there is a continuous and increasing need for IT security.


“We are very bullish about our growth prospects in Oman and expect to secure early wins as we are the only company dedicated to information security with a three-pronged people-process-technology combination,” he said. This will be a strong differentiator in the market.”


There will be an initial start-up team of three in Oman and Paramount will ramp up ground support in that country as the business scales upwards.


Paramount Computer Systems, a regional provider of products and services for securing information assets of enterprises in the Middle East, has announced the opening of its branch office in Muscat.

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