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Commvault appoints a new partner in Lebanon

Shady Saba, Commvault and Maher Chahlawi, SETS

Commvault has appointed SETS as an authorised partner in Lebanon. The appointment is in line with Commvault’s strategy to expand its markets and create a solid support infrastructure for its end-user customers through the firm’s partner network.

The partnership enables the distribution of Commvault’s enterprise backup, recovery, archive and cloud solutions to customers across Lebanon and the Levant region. With more than 25 years of experience in the industry, SETS said it will be able to provide customers with comprehensive end-to-end professional Commvault services in addition to the company’s latest solutions.

Shady Saba, regional director, Levant and Turkey, Commvault, said, “As we continue to deliver customers the industry’s best data protection offerings we are also expanding our partner relationships to bring our solutions to new markets and increase value to partners and customers. We are delighted to be partnering with SETS to introduce our state-of-the-art solutions to customers in Lebanon and the Levant region and I look forward to working closely with SETS to offer customers a complete data management solution from the end-point, to the data center and to the cloud.”

Maher Chahlawi, CEO, SETS, said, “Becoming a Commvault partner allows us to offer the full Commvault solution to our customers, from design to implementation, delivery and support. Our appointment recognises our technical skills and knowledge as well as our extensive industry experience in Lebanon and the wider Levant region. It also highlights our capabilities as a trusted consultant and solution provider. We look forward to a lengthy and successful relationship with the Commvault team.”

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