MenaITech opens offices in Syria
Damascus, March 26, 2011
MenaITech, the regional company specialized in building and deploying human resources applications, announced the opening of its new office in Syria this month.
Through the launch of its new branch, the company aspires to strengthen its presence in the Syrian market to meet the growing needs of human capital management systems based on the latest technologies.
MenaITech CEO Dr Bashar Hawamdeh said the opening is part of the company’s vision and strategies of expanding its business to include most Arab countries, especially those witnessing high growth rates such as Syria.
"Adding it to MenaITech’s network of branches in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and USA, was our top priority," he remarked.
“The Syrian market is considered one of the most important Arab markets and the keenest on developing its various sectors and modernizing its industries and services to enhance its competitiveness and increase its exports to regional and global markets."
"We also hope that our systems will score an advantage the same way we did with several leading Arab and foreign companies in the region,” Hawamdeh added.
The opening of the new office coincides with Mena ICT Week in Syria, which is being held under the patronage of the Syrian Prime Minister Muhammad Naji Al Otari, the Syrian Computer Society (SCS) and the Arab ICT Organization (IJMA3).
The event, which will run till March 29 in Damascus, is expected to include more than 500 participants from 14 different countries from the Arab world, Europe, Africa, and US.-TradeArabia News Service
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