MDS UAE, announced that it has been ranked as the UAE’s number one IT Services Provider based on a 2017 market share analysis by IDC for the past many consecutive years. The company outperformed all its competitors in revenues in 2017 and captured the highest market share in the UAE’s IT services market space according to the IDC Worldwide Services Semi-annual Tracker 2H 2017.
“We are proud to be ranked #1 for market share in IT Services by IDC once again. MDS has been able to maintain this market leadership for 14 years in a row because of our continuous innovation in services, best-of-breed technologies, expertise and a strong commitment to customer satisfaction. The #1 market share ranking in the IDC report recognises MDS’ ability to provide high-level and high-quality services to our clients,” said Sami Abi Esber, President, MIDIS Systems Integration and Board member of MIDIS Group.
MDS UAE specialises in systems integration, data centre/critical infrastructure consultancy, integration and operation, software solutions and professional services, computer systems and networking, data storage & management, cloud and managed services and specialized power solutions. The company has deployed large transformational projects for several verticals such as government, education, healthcare, utilities, oil and gas, hospitality to name some.
“The growth potential for IT Services in the Middle East is very strong with several governments in the region driving digital transformation through their national visions and smart city initiatives. MDS has vast regional coverage, financial strength, strategic vendor partnerships and a highly skilled workforce required to deploy complex and large transformational projects. Our strong team has the highest vendor certifications, which is an added advantage. We have established our leadership in the UAE market, and our focus in 2019 would be to expand not just our technology and services portfolio, but also increase our market share further and expand our business to other geographies within the Middle East,” Abi Esber concludes.