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FVC and Zoho to bring emerging cloud apps to MENA

FVC, a Value Added Distributor in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), has signed a partnership agreement with Zoho, a private company offering a comprehensive suite of online business, productivity and collaboration applications, the company announced today.

According to the agreement, FVC will represent ZOHO in the region as a Value added distributor for their online cloud applications like Zoho CRM, Zoho HRIS, Zoho Projects, Zoho invoicing and Zoho Web Conferencing.

K.S. Parag, MD at FVC, said, “Zoho is a very valuable addition as an online cloud applications distributor. One of FVC’s visions has always been to bring emerging cloud services to the region and equip our channel community with a comprehensive range of cloud services they can offer their enterprise customers. Zoho brings the highest levels of expertise, experience and flexibility to the region in cloud applications as they have more than 32 online applications serving the technology needs of more than 50,000 customers worldwide.”

“Our partnership with FVC is veryimportant as it will help us increase our services in the MENA as cloud computing gains momentum across this region.  Customers are continually looking for ways to simplify their IT environments and with this partnership we are trying to enter the market in the MENA region”, said Raju Vegesna, Zoho Evangelist.

As the first point of contact in the region, FVC will deploy dedicated sales and technical resources in MENA region.

Just recently Zoho’s online services were knocked offline by a power failure in it’s data centre. Zoho resolved the issue and a couple of hours after the failure tweeted that its service was back up and technicians were working to restore the company’s applications. It is yet unclear exactly how many of the company’s customers were affected by the power failure.


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