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FVC appoints new GM in Saudi

FVC, one of the leading Value Added Distributors (VAD) in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region, has revamped and expanded its offices in the Kingdom with the appointment of a new General Manager, a dedicated Executive briefing centre and new offices. Saleh D. Al-Mutairi, the new General Manager for FVC in KSA takes over the office from Ahmed Youssef who has now moved to Cairo to oversee the Egypt operations.

“Our Saudi Arabian operations have doubled its business year on year and we needed to double our resources to support our partners in the Kingdom,” said K.S. Parag, MD at FVC. “We have a firm commitment to our partners and their customers and want to ensure that the level of service continues to be of the highest level to reflect the vendors we represent.”

Al Mutairi, a Saudi national, brings with him more than 14 years of experience in the IT industry in the region, 6 of which are in the senior management positions with high profile companies in the Kingdom. Before joining FVC, Al Mutairi was the Country Manager for Tech Access in Saudi Arabia. With strong communication skills and extensive first hand knowledge of the needs of the enterprise world in Saudi Arabia, Al Mutairi hopes to further develop and enhance FVC's standing in the marketplace.

“In today's scenario, ROI is going to be the differentiator and I think that FVC has the expertise and the resources to be the leader in the field of enterprise IT,” said Al Mutairi. “Once the new Executive Briefing Centre is complete, we should be able to provide first hand experience, tech cafes and workshops to help our partners and their customers become familiar with leading technologies like Polycom, Google, Tipping Point, among others.”

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