ASBIS CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN THE BUSINESS OFFER

Pazdziernik 12, 2021

ASBIS, Micro Focus, DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

ASBIS CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN THE BUSINESS OFFER

ASBISc Enterprises Plc, a leading Value-Added Distributor, developer and supplier of IT and IoT products, solutions and services in the growing markets of Europe, Middle East and Africa, signed a distribution agreement with one of the leaders of the global IT service and operations management software market, Micro Focus Enterprise B.V.

This is the next step of ASBIS to expand the offer for a business client and enter a new niche of products with very good growth prospects. The recipients of this offer are corporate clients with a very extensive and mature IT department, such as telecommunications companies and banking industry.

The agreement was signed in September 2021 and will apply in the following countries: Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. 

Micro Focus is one of the world's largest enterprise software vendors. The products covered by the distribution agreement are software solutions for IT service management and IT operations management (ITSM / ITOM) in a complex IT infrastructure, using in their activities, among others machine learning. 

Costas Tziamalis, Management Board Member and Investor Relations and Risk Director, commented: “ASBIS is developing very dynamically, constantly expanding its offer with products that perfectly match the current needs of enterprises. The agreement with Micro Focus Enterprise will allow us to offer mission-critical solution for enterprise business and operations management. That will support our customers with reduction in OPEX and an ROI timeframe.” 

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