Tally Solutions plans to enter ME market

DUBAI — Tally Solutions, developers of one of the world's leading business accounting software that is used extensively in more than 88 countries spanning Asia, Africa, Europe and the Far East, announced plans to make a major foray into the Middle East market through its participation at GITEX 2005.

By Staff Reporter

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Published: Sun 18 Sep 2005, 10:54 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 5:50 PM

At the 25th edition of the premier international IT event in Dubai, Tally Solutions will showcase its latest product Tally 7.2, that already boasts more than 1.8 million users in three continents.

Bharath Gopalakrishnan, President, Software & Services Group for Tally Solutions, said: "Tally's Middle East expansion comes as a sequel to our ongoing progress that has enabled us to explore business opportunities worldwide."

"Our accounting software is widely accepted in 88 countries as the most user-friendly one with a series of advanced technical features. The MEA region has been identified as the fastest growing area for IT services with a market size of Dh25.60 billion and offers a far greater potential for business software than we have seen in other more established markets," Gopalakrishnan pointed out.

Accounting software, especially those cost-effective solutions that come with adequate on-line support generally evoke an enthusiastic response. Tally Solutions already enjoys a privileged position in the developed and developing markets.

The company has a worldwide network of overseas offices covering the UK, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific region and the Far East. Tally Solutions has also been accredited by the Chartered Accountants Association of England and Wales.

"We have some major plans in the pipeline for the region and these will be unveiled during our participation at GITEX 2005," added Gopalakrishnan.

At GITEX, Tally Solutions will offer a glimpse of its finance, accounting and inventory management solutions.

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