Intergraph PP&M is pleased to announce the official opening of Intergraph PP&M Middle East FZ-LLC in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Located in Dubai Internet City (DIC), the new Intergraph office hosts a team of products, enterprise solutions and subject-matter experts, well positioned to complement the success of Intergraph distributors in the area and foster the growing customer base in additional countries throughout the region.
‘The decision to increase Intergraph’s presence in the Middle East has come about after significant regional business growth, reinforcing our confidence that the UAE and the rest of the GCC countries comprise an important business development platform. Having Intergraph on-site makes it possible to quickly identify and respond to business opportunities and foster personal client relationships. This is in addition to those that have already been established by our current resellers such as Atheeb, with whom we have built a long-standing and successful partnership." says Philippe Marceau, Executive Vice President Intergraph EMIA, leading the Dubai office.
As the region continues to expand its global influence within key industries, Intergraph is focused on leveraging its close proximity to ensure parallel business growth and development. The company is looking to continue the successful relationship with its distributors throughout the region.
The team at Intergraph PP&M Middle East is pleased to welcome current and potential customers to its Middle East office and looks forward to increased engagement throughout the region. For more information please contact the office directly at:
Ellouise Labuschagne, Office Manager
Intergraph PP&M Middle East FZ-LLC
Building 16, 1st Floor, Office 130
Dubai Internet City (DIC)
PO Box 500641
Phone: +971 4 558 6048
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