Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Croatia, Germany, the United Arab Emirates… Infinite IT Solutions brand is currently recognisable not only domestically, but also on numerous international markets. Since 2006 when the company embarked on its international expansion, solutions by Infinite have been successfully delivered to more than 23 countries, what translates into over 900 customers. Infinite is the top-tier EDI provider in the Central Europe and systematically builds its reputation as the SFA vendor.
Infinite has significantly strengthened its position in Romania in the course of 2014. Dedeman, the top DIY chain of stores, deployed e-invoicing and e-archiving services by Infinite with its 600 suppliers. By automating key business processes with contractors, Dedeman can timely and duly react to the market shifts. Dedeman is yet another chain in Romania, after Auchan, which opted for Infinite.
“We have meticulously evaluated the potential of the GCC region and noted a significant demand for specialized IT solutions such as SFA or EDI systems. Our forecasts fulfilled. First projects in the United Arab Emirates are already underway – among the companies which selected services of Infinite is Al Batha Capital Group,” – says Paweł Ogorzałek, the Director of Sales and Business Development.
The previous year was also successful for Infinite Partner Programme. The network of partners was joined by Experion Middle East & Africa from Dubai and 3 Loe Solutions from Sri Lanka, to name a few. Establishing cooperation on the basis of partner model enables partners to achieve substantial revenue without the necessity of covering the investment costs of app development.
“Plans for 2015? We aim to systematically strengthen our market position abroad through organic expansion and development of partner network. We seek to expand our offer for international customers as well as define new directions of development to boost our company position,” – explains Paweł Ogorzałek. Statistics sound encouraging. In accordance with the Gartner forecast, worldwide IT spending in 2015 is estimated to increase by 5.5% in comparison with the previous year with apparent competition between cloud and on-premises software providers.