ABIBA Systems, a provider of telecom Business Intelligence and Analytics software solutions, is planning to further expand its channel partner eco-system in Africa, Europe & Middle East in order to meet the business demand for its solutions in these regions amongst telecom operators
The plan comes as ABIBA Systems moves to take advantage of the rising demand for business intelligence and analytics software in EMEA. The region at present accounts for 39% of global demand for Business Intelligence Solutions, translating to USD 3.43 billion in terms of revenues.
Sathya Karthik, CEO, ABIBA Systems, said the company is exploring ways to expand its existing network of partners to help meet the growing business demand in EMEA.
He added that ABIBA has a robust pipeline, and forecast for the year 2012-2013 is very positive for its product and service portfolio.
“We believe the African continent is poised for telecom challenges like falling ARPUs, intense competition and hence the demand for evolved BI & Analytics”. Sathya added that currently ABIBA’s sales are buoyant and its pipeline for both software and services is good despite the global spending pattern having altered from what it was a few years ago.
“We expect this trend to be slightly different for Africa where we can see healthy demand and potential growth for our solutions going forward”.
He said the company, through the ABIBA Channel Partner Network Program, provides a solid foundation for partners committed to excellence and customer satisfaction.
According to Sathya, ABIBA Systems provides a comprehensive sales and marketing support program that offers its partners significant opportunities to grow and widen their portfolio in the telecom domain.
Sathya pointed out that ABIBA Systems remains focused on further strengthening and expanding its network of channel partners in EMEA to support the increasing demand for business software solutions and rapid growth of this market. “ABIBA is perfectly positioned to provide the right business software solutions that enable telcos to increase efficiencies, improve profitability and strengthen their competitive edge,” he concluded.