Dell Technologies Forum to provide endless opportunities to Saudi business landscape

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Dell Technologies, an American multinational technology company, will host its Saudi Arabia Forum on 11th January 2023 at the Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh.

The Forum will bring together business leaders and industry experts for an insightful conversation on shifts that are transforming the Saudi business landscape.

This year’s theme focuses on ‘Discovering the Endless Possibilities for Innovation’ and features interactive keynotes, panel discussions, and several breakout tracks on cybersecurity, AI-powered decision-making, the future of work, and multi-cloud-as-a-service, among others.

Keynote speakers at the opening session include Dell Technologies’ Global Channel Chief Ms. Rola Dagher, Mr. Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President, META, Mr. Mohamed Talaat, Vice President, Saudi, Egypt, Libya & Levant, and other senior executives who will share insights on technologies that are shaping the future of work and organizational growth.

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Mohamed Talaat
Saudi, Egypt, Libya & Levant
Dell Technologies

“We are pleased to bring the Dell Technologies Forum to our customers in Saudi Arabia. Today we stand at a pivotal moment as the nation undergoes a major transformation. We seek to explore these new frontiers of growth and innovation with our customers and partners. The Dell Technologies Forum presents opportunities that will strengthen our position as trusted advisors to our customers and partners and help Saudi businesses chart a clear roadmap for a promising future.”

As a trusted technology partner, Dell is committed to making transformation real for organizations in Saudi Arabia and has been instrumental in supporting its customers to innovate for their digital futures. The company has been present in the Kingdom for close to three decades.

Today, it is among the leading technology providers with more than 37 percent share in the server segment and 51 percent share in the storage segment, according to IDC’s Quarterly Tracker for Q32022. This is driven by a growing number of partners who help local decision-makers seize new opportunities in today’s fast-paced economy.

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