US-based Avanade expands its services into UAE with 2 new offices

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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US-based leading business technology solutions and managed service provider Avanade has launched offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi as part of its expansion into the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Established by Accenture and Microsoft in 2000, Avanade is a global professional services company providing IT consulting and services focused on the Microsoft platform with artificial intelligence (AI), business analytics, cloud, application services, digital transformation, modern workplace, security services, technology, and managed services offerings.

As per the statement, Avanade will collaborate with Accenture to help clients in the UAE to develop and build operational resilience, as well as envision new business models, by leveraging its global delivery network, technical depth, and Microsoft-focused capabilities.

Avanade’s presence in the UAE represents the 26th country location in the company’s expanding global footprint.

Mr. Adriano Neves, Avanade’s UAE regional lead said, “As organizations renew for the future, we want to make a positive impact in the region by helping our clients solve complex business problems that are unique to their industries and realize their business goals faster on the Microsoft platform.”

Sayed Hashish
GM – Microsoft (UAE)

“Our partnership with Accenture through Avanade has grown tremendously, and the launch of Avanade in the United Arab Emirates marks another milestone for our successful collaboration. Together with Avanade and Accenture, we will continue to empower every person and organization in the UAE to achieve more.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Avanade to the United Arab Emirates. With our combined service capabilities, global scale, and joint solution development on the Microsoft platform, we look forward to helping our clients drive an end-to-end digital transformation of their businesses,” commented Ms. Nadya Abdulla Kamali, Accenture’s country managing director for the UAE.

Related: Amazon Web Services plots to open new data centers in the UAE next year

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