ETISALCOM expands portfolio to include SAP solutions for Bahrain businesses

By joining SAP partner ecosystem, Etisalcom will leverage local expertise to deliver Business One and Business by Design solutions to midmarket clients. 

Manama, Bahrain— 10th August 2022 ETISALCOM has been accredited as a local authorized partner for global technology company SAP SE (NYSE: SAP), enabling it to support small and medium-sized enterprises across diverse industries with cloud and on-premise enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.

ETISALCOM will deliver a range of SAP business solutions focusing on implementation and support for SAP Business One (SAP B1) and SAP Business by Design (SAP BYD). The products are ERP solutions designed for the midmarket but serve different needs based on a business’s priorities, complexity, industry and size, with variations in features and deployment methods.

Rashid Al-Snan, ETISALCOM’s Chief Executive Officer, is delighted to announce the partnership with SAP, he said, “We are pleased to partner-up with SAP to deliver industry-specific end-to-end business solutions to customers, leveraging our vast technical expertise, and industry experience. Together, we will enable our small and mid-market customers to become digital enterprises, achieve their strategic objectives and stay competitive in a rapidly evolving world. By expanding our portfolio of services to include the SAP ERP products, we can deliver tailored solutions to clients that are digitally agile, streamline key processes, and want to capitalize on surround-sound analytics to drive innovation and profitable growth.”

Frank Peerdeman Vice President, Partner Business, SAP ME-North, said of the partnership, “ETISALCOM has a reputation for excellence in the Bahraini market, and has met SAP’s stringent requirements for partnership approval. Businesses can be reassured that our solutions are being represented by an organization they can trust and which has a deep understanding of their needs. We look forward to expanding this partnership in future.”