TAC to distribute EnterpriseDB in the MEA


TechAccess Cloud to bring Postgres from the house of EnterpriseDB an enterprise-grade software and services, distributed Postgres with extreme high availability and support for multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments.

EnterpriseDB has signed a distribution agreement with TechAccess Cloud (“TAC”), as its Super-VAD for the Middle East and Africa region. Under the vision of ‘the customer always comes first’, the partnership enables TAC to go to market with EDB’s open-source strategy, supporting customers and partners in their digital transformation journey.  

EDB and TAC share the belief that open-source strategies and solutions such as Postgres offer substantial advantages across industries, delivering impressive returns on investment compared to legacy solutions.

“TAC has established itself as a true enterprise class Super-VAD and enabler of digital transformation in the MEA region, and EDB is honored to partner with such an accomplished and reputed partner. Like EnterpriseDB, TAC believes in prioritizing a customer’s needs and helping accelerate their innovation. Open-source technologies like Postgres continue to outperform and outpace legacy systems, addressing customers’ digital transformation requirements and pain points across sectors,” said Karim Assem, Regional Sales Manager, EnterpriseDB.

As part of its go to market strategy, EDB is committed to promoting the adoption of open-source tools, as they offer customers significant benefits over specialty and legacy systems. EDB also stands out for its enterprise-grade software and services, distributed Postgres, extreme high availability, and support for multi cloud and hybrid cloud environments.  

“Our partnership allows us to offer a globally proven and extremely capable open-source powered alternative to our customers across the MEA region. TechAccess Cloud and EnterpriseDB share a common vision around prioritizing customers’ needs. We involved our customers, alliance & channel ecosystem partners, some of whom we have worked with for 25 years, in the decision-making process. By working with EDB, TAC can offer a powerful alternative that addresses MEA Channel partners , ISV’s, and Customers’ requirements in terms of features, security, stability, scalability, and of course, cost,” said Alfred Chrispanous, Managing Director, TechAccess Cloud.

As part of the MEA wide partnership, EDB is providing comprehensive support to TAC, including training, enablement, adoption, resources, and elevation. Both organizations are already working together closely to address customer digital transformation needs across sectors, operating under the vision of the customer always comes first. EDB and TAC are excited to announce their participation in GITEX Global 2023. Senior executives from both companies will be available at Stand#10, Hall 6 to meet & greet with customers and partners, exploring limitless innovation with open-source.

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