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Mitel appoints channel partner in Kazakhstan

Mitel has recently appointed Den-IT as a new Mitel accredited channel partner. Den–IT is based in Kazakhstan which is one of the world’s largest non-OPEC oil exporters.

Established in 2000 with ‘sister’ companies in GCC, NA, & AP, DEN-IT is an established system integrator specializing in the design, deployment and technical support of telecommunications and information systems.

“Based on our local expertise and our product offering in advanced communications networks, data infrastructure and security solutions, we are confident that Mitel solutions will be well received in the country,” commented Robert Sukhinin, DEN-IT, CEO. ‘’ DEN-IT is well positioned within leading market sectors and can now enhance its offering to include Mitel’s leading IP communications solutions.”

As a Mitel accredited channel partner DEN-IT will be involved in developing Mitel’s proposition and fulfilment in the new market of Kazakhstan, as well as the supply and support of Mitel’s current oil industry customers who are working in or planning to establish a presence the country.

“Kazakhstan’s vast energy resources are of vital interest to our growing list of global all GCCoil and gas customers and related supporting businesses. I am delighted with the recruitment of DEN-IT, a leading IT organization,” stated Hisham Amili, Mitel GM, GCC. “Mitel is now in an enhanced position to extend its offering into the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and ensure the availability and integral support process to these global customers on par with our GCC clients.

‘‘Kazakhstan was the first CIS country to access international capital and attract foreign direct investment. As a result we anticipate that it will witness a notable growth as with UAE because of the recent global economic upheaval and the desire to meet their GNP target based on developing the oil sector,’’ Amili concluded.

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