Centra Hub has announced that it has signed a regional partnership agreement with NGN International, a systems integrator and IT consultant, where the two companies will collaborate to leverage their technology and process integration strengths across the region.
Speaking on the partnership, Nisith Naik, CEO of Centra Hub said, “Regional system integrators like NGN International are invaluable for software vendors like Centra Hub for their trusted relationships with end users and their deep understanding of the local challenges faced by their regional markets. We are confident that NGN International will enable their clients with Centra Hub applications and enhance their offerings portfolio, while simultaneously delivering exceptional value to their customers.”
NGN creates business solutions for complex information, computing, telecom, and engineering systems with the focus on data centers and cloud solutions, call centers and networking infrastructure, IT infrastructure services, information and network security, advanced analytics and reporting, Big Data, application development, business and ITSM processes, building information modeling and smart cities, transportation and logistics processes, IT outsourcing, virtual reality and 3D solutions, Internet of Things and Blockchain technologies.
NGN offers services based on its own commercial data centers and its public cloud, and also creates private and hybrid clouds based on client data centers. NGN’s ‘‘Star of Bosphorus’’ Data Center has Tier III design certificate and is targeting to obtain facility and operational sustainability certifications from the Uptime Institute.
“NGN International partners with best-of-breed hardware and software vendors to deliver state-of-the-art solutions to our customers. We are excited with the possibilities that the Centra Hub product portfolio can offer to drive down operating costs and enable cloud driven digital transformation,” added Mr. Yaqoob Al Awadhi, CEO of NGN International.
NGN is a global systems integrator operating in Turkey and Middle East since 2005.