Al Wahda Mall welcomes new Splash store

Middle East’s leading fashion retailer, Splash Fashions is now open at Al Wahda Mall Abu Dhabi offering shoppers in the Capital the best of cutting-edge street style fashion in a retail space of approximately 14,000 sq ft. Considered a trend-setter in the region, Splash offers an extensive, award-winning collection of popular clothing for women, men and teens and collaborates regularly with well-known designers and personalities to bring the best of fashion to the region. Mr. Navaneeth Sudhakaran, General Manager, Al Wahda Mall said, “We are delighted to welcome Splash to our portfolio of retailers. The wide range of goods offered … Continue reading Al Wahda Mall welcomes new Splash store

FVC Partners with Avaya to Help Businesses Across Africa Deliver Next-Generation Digital Experiences

FVC, a leading Value-Added-Distributor in the Middle East and Africa, has partnered with Avaya Holdings Corp. (NYSE: AVYA) to help businesses across North, West, East, Centra Africa and Egypt (NWECA) deliver unmatched customer experiences with Unified Communications, Collaboration and Cloud Communications solutions. The partnership will see FVC become a distributor for Avaya’s products and services including the industry-leading range of Unified Communications and Collaboration solutions, Contact Center, Communications Cloud, Phones, Devices Hosting SAS and hosted Services solutions. “Avaya is a recognized global communication & collaboration leader and we are excited to complete our UCC portfolio with the inclusion of Avaya’s … Continue reading FVC Partners with Avaya to Help Businesses Across Africa Deliver Next-Generation Digital Experiences

Governments and Vendor Community need to Collaborate to Bring Smart Cities to Life

Author: Gamal Emara, Country Manager – UAE at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company There is a lot of discussions and demos of smart city technologies today that are enhancing the connectivity of everyday services. At the same time there are so many barriers to creating a truly smart city. What we are currently witnessing is disparate connected services; a patch of Wi-Fi coverage here, some contactless pay pads there. Until we can provide some more consistency in the connectivity we are providing across the city, two things will continue to happen: The ‘connected experience’ for people living in cities … Continue reading Governments and Vendor Community need to Collaborate to Bring Smart Cities to Life