Gartner tags InfoFort 'Cool Vendor'

Gartner tags InfoFort Cool Vendor
Abed Shaheen, CEO of InfoFort

Dubai - 'Cool Vendor' is a company that offers technologies or solutions that are interesting, new, and innovative.



By Staff Report

Published: Mon 9 May 2016, 3:26 PM

Last updated: Mon 9 May 2016, 5:30 PM

Gartner, the world's leading information technology research and advisory company, named InfoFort a 'Cool Vendor' in their recent report 'Cool Vendors in Emerging Markets, 2016'.  Each year, Gartner identifies innovative companies in key areas and publishes a series of research reports highlighting pioneering vendors and their products and services. Gartner defines a 'Cool Vendor' as a company that offers technologies or solutions that are interesting, new, and innovative.
According to the Cool Vendors in Emerging Markets, 2016 report, "What is interesting is that many local providers in these markets are increasing their investments in innovation and offering cutting-edge IT solutions to end users."
Why is InfoFort a Cool Vendor?
Gartner's report mentions that "while many of these solutions are native in their inception, they may well be successfully exported and adapted elsewhere in international markets, both mature and developing. We also see a significant number of user organizations embracing digital transformation and eagerly searching for new business models".
InfoFort today is the only company in in its industry that offers its wide range of data and information management solutions in 20 cities across the Middle East, Africa and Asia. InfoFort develops advanced technologies to implement mobile, digital, e-signature and smart government solutions with flexible pricing models that cater to clients' challenges by offering a lower total cost of ownership with minimal capital expenditure.
InfoFort's comprehensive information management solutions help industries modernise, digitise, automate and transform while it also secures and protects clients' data and help them meet their governance and compliance regulation and business continuity needs.
"We consider our inclusion in the Cool Vendor report by Gartner as a testament to our ability to develop innovative solutions that help our clients to automate their business processes to save time and money, as well as to protect and secure their information and gain insights and unlock the value of their data" said Abed Shaheen, CEO of InfoFort. 
InfoFort is unique since it offers comprehensive solutions that help industries modernise, digitise, automate and transform while it also secures and protects clients' data and help them meet their governance and compliance regulation and business continuity needs. 
'We will continue to further innovate and develop our solutions and technologies, specifically 'enVision', our mobile enabled, advanced enterprise content and workflow management system which today is proudly used by more than 200,000 users, processes about 1,000,000 digital signatures per month and provides customisable data analytics and visualisation tools that enable customers to connect, interact, analyse and visualise their data," continued Abed Shaheen.
enVision is widely used in the region with government organisations, utilities, banks, universities and other public and private sector institutions. It is compliant and certified with the industry and international standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 20000, ISO 27001 and TS 13298.
InfoFort is an Information Management Solution provider assisting more than 2,000 organisations in 20 cities in the Middle East, Africa and Asia with securing and managing their information assets whether physical (secure storage, management) or digital (digital transformation, software solutions to manage digital data, cloud backups), and automating their business processes. - sandhya@khaleejtimes.com
 
 


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