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ManageEngine to launch CloudSpend for Azure at Gitex Global

ManageEngine to launch CloudSpend for Azure at Gitex Global

The company will demonstrate the strength of its comprehensive IT management and security solutions at the tech event


ManageEngine, the enterprise IT management division of Zoho Corporation, has announced its participation at Gitex Global.

The event will be held from October 10-14, 2022 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. ManageEngine will showcase its entire suite of IT management and security solutions for the Gulf Cooperation Council market at the event during which it will launch CloudSpend, its cloud observability and cost optimisation platform, for Azure.

Already available for AWS, the solution’s business intelligence and smart forecasting capabilities have evolved to address the gap between capacity planning and cost optimisation for resources running in multi-cloud environments.

Other key products to be showcased include the recently launched SaaS version of Analytics Plus, the IT service management tool ServiceDesk Plus and the unified endpoint management tool Endpoint Central.

“The future of how work will be accomplished in the context of business will be shaped by two significant recent trends: customers increasingly going digital-first and employees preferring to be remote-first. This calls for new work models and a fundamentally different approach to applying technology to drive business. At Gitex 2022, ManageEngine will showcase how it’s becoming a platform of choice for technology leaders seeking to ensure optimal ROI from their technology investments to enable hybrid work environments,” said Rajesh Ganesan, president of ManageEngine.

“The Middle East is an important market for us and Gitex has proven to be a great platform in establishing the company’s presence in the region and connecting with a wider audience. ManageEngine highly values Gitex, and we expect our participation in the event this year will help reiterate our commitment to serve our customers better and forge stronger ties,” said Nirmal Kumar Manoharan, regional director, ManageEngine.

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