ISIT Recognized by Abu Dhabi University for its Support and Services

ISIT was among a select group of vendors recognized by Abu Dhabi University at an awards and recognitions ceremony held at their Abu Dhabi Campus on the 31st of May 2016. The university has a six-year long tradition of recognizing the special contributions of key suppliers based on rigorous criteria such as quality of services, price, history of working with the university, flexibility of the supplier in working with the University’s terms and conditions and keeping commitmentsIMG_0182

Addressing the nominees of the awards the Vice-Chancellor of the University Dr. Terry Motiuk added, “The university screens hundreds of suppliers each year. We try to match their quality with ourselves. You here represent the best of the best among the vendors that we screen.”

The key themes of the appreciation speeches by the University Management Team were those of partnership and quality. The University recognizes the need for quality suppliers in order to provide high quality services to their students and corporate partners.

Dr. Nabil Ibrahim, Chancellor of Abu Dhabi University had these words of praise and appreciation for the award winners:

“Because of your support Abu Dhabi University is not only nationally and regionally recognized but now we are internationally recognized. We are accredited by the best known accreditation agencies in the United States and globally. Abu Dhabi University is great mainly because of your support. You share in the glory of Abu Dhabi University. When our students feel proud as graduates of our university, they need to realize that this is not only because of our faculty and staff but also because of our suppliers. You really have a major role to play and we see this as a partnership. We just want to say how much we appreciate your contribution.”












ISIT is thankful to Abu Dhabi University for this recognition and we look forward to a long term partnership as we strive to protect and secure their Data and IT Infrastructure.

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