Nutanix today announced the opening of their new office in Saudi Arabia and the company is hiring new technical and sales resources in the kingdom to better support customers and partners. The company is experiencing growth in the country, driven by enterprises looking to embrace the power of cloud computing.
Mohammad Abulhouf, Country Manager – Saudi & Bahrain at Nutanix says, “Against the backdrop of Saudi Vision 2030 which outlines the government’s intent on developing the digital economy, digital transformation and cloud computing has become an imperative for enterprises in Saudi. We see a lot of companies making the transition to a multi-cloud environment. In this scenario, Nutanix’s value proposition of modernizing datacentre infrastructure and making clouds invisible is very appealing to customers. Our solutions help enterprises embrace the power of hybrid clouds by eliminating pain points, and enabling them to manage, govern and optimize applications across public and private cloud architectures.”
Nutanix Saudi also reaffirms its commitment to Saudization and empowering local calibre to drive business. The company has started hiring both male and female Saudi engineers to have the right diversity in its workforce.
To accelerate growth, the company recently signed partnership agreements with two leading system integrators in the Kingdom – International Systems Engineering (ISE) and Advanced Electronics Company (AEC). In terms of channel initiatives, the company recently introduced updates to its Channel Charter to increase profitability for partners selling the company’s solutions.
Over the past year, Nutanix has introduced several new products and innovations to market in the cloud space, including the expansion of its multicloud solutions portfolio, introducing cloud native solutions for enterprises and the launch of a new service called Nutanix Xi IoT that enables best practice for edge computing.
To educate the market about the latest developments in datacentre modernization, multi-cloud and automation, the company is hosting its annual .NEXT on Tour with the theme ‘Invisible Clouds, Visible IT’ at the Fairmont Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
“We believe that with our increased investment into Saudi Arabia, we are well placed to address the cloud computing needs of enterprises in the Kingdom and further continue our business growth next year and beyond,” concluded Abulhouf.