AMSTERDAM and GENT, Belgium and ISTANBUL, Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Both companies are thrilled to offer this unique and innovative ERP/CIS solution to the Turkish Utilities, helping them to address the regulatory and market changes in a smart and flexible way.
Through this partnership, Birlesik Uzmanlar IT Services becomes Registered Partner for UMAX™ and can now offer this solution at energy supplying, distributing & metering companies and water utilities in Turkey.
At contract signing, Mr. Hayati Sahin – CEO of Birlesik Uzmanlar IT Services, shared the following comment: "We are very excited to become a UMAX – Registered Partner. The opportunities in Turkey are plentiful as there have been and will be privatizations and regulatory changes in the utility sector. The dynamic and evolving Turkish utility industry requires the best utility solutions, available in the market and with UMAX™ we believe we can provide just that. By being a partner we can commit on our strategy to be a top class service provider for utilities and by introducing UMAX™, we will be able to maintain our proven track record and guarantee our high standards of customer satisfaction."
This partner agreement also heralds a new step in Itineris internationalization strategy. After having established an impressive track record of successful UMAX™ implementations at utilities; Turkey is now a fourth market where UMAX™ becomes directly available.
Mr. Edgard Vermeersch, CEO/Founder of Itineris, on the contract signing: "By partnering with Birlesik Uzmanlar, we acknowledge the opportunities in the Turkish utility sector and are happy to enter this market & address the opportunities for our UMAX™ business solution together with an experienced Microsoft Dynamics AX® partner with a proven reputation. The recent evolutions in the Turkish market are promising and offer interesting opportunities for us. Through this partnership, we can now guarantee not only the availability of our solution in the Turkish market but we can also warrant the knowledge of the Turkish utility sector and offer a solution adapted to the local needs."