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Radiant Systems plots Middle East business plan
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Thu July 6, 2006 12:00 am

INTERNATIONAL. The US-based Radiant Systems has reported a deal with Professional Solutions to offer Radiant restaurant and hospitality software in Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon and the UAE. Clients in these countries include Pizza Hut, Chili's, Haagen Dazs, Burger King, Cinnabon, Seattle's Best Coffee and Fuddruckers.

Radiant Systems provides in-store technology for the hospitality, petroleum and convenience retail, and entertainment industries. Certain Radiant technology is already in use at 800 sites in Saudi Arabia, the company said.

"Radiant Systems understands the important role channel partners play in our international growth strategy," said David Griffin, Vice President of international business for the Radiant Hospitality division.

"Professional Solutions has the expertise and reach to expand our business throughout the Middle East and support our global initiative. We are excited about this prospect and the opportunity that it entails."

 

MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS COMMENT & ANALYSIS

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UAE. "In the final months of 2014, we expect further increases in occupancy rates, with the pleasant weather attracting more tourists, alongside the seasonal increase in events and conferences."
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INTERNATIONAL. In the end, it is unlikely that the territorial Islamic State can survive. The truth is that Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia are all waiting for the U.S. to solve the problem with air power and a few ground forces. These actions will not destroy IS, but they will break the group's territorial coherence.
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BAHRAIN. The "increasingly deregulated and competitive economic environment is facilitating rapid growth in business development within the private sector."
INTERNATIONAL. In the end, it is unlikely that the territorial Islamic State can survive. The truth is that Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia are all waiting for the U.S. to solve the problem with air power and a few ground forces. These actions will not destroy IS, but they will break the group's territorial coherence.
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