Infinitt assigns Ejada as sole distributor
Jeddah, June 10, 2012
Global leader in the healthcare IT industry, Infinitt Healthcare, recently assigned Ejada Systems Company, a leading IT services & solutions provider in the Mena region, as its sole distributor in Saudi Arabia.
Ejada will distribute Infinitt’s cost-effective, state-of-the-art medical imaging and information solutions, a statement from the company said.
The partnership is expected to complement the sustained growth of Saudi Arabia’s healthcare sector by providing better access to a wide range of world-class medical technologies, while expanding both parties’ presence in the lucrative market, the statement said.
A recent market report by Alpen Capital projected healthcare expenditure in the kingdom to exceed $23.4 billion in 2012, driven by aggressive investments in state-of-the-art healthcare infrastructure and the latest advances in medical technology by the government and public sector.
Sun Joo Lee, president, CEO of Infinitt, said: “For over 15 years, Infinitt Healthcare has always proved to be among leading industry players worldwide, and through this agreement, we are eyeing further development and rapid expansion throughout the promising local market of Saudi Arabia.”
“Appointing Ejada as our sole distributor will further boost our efforts to provide value-added technologies and services, and thus contribute to the market’s growth and progress.”
Fawaz Abou-Nasr, executive vice president of Ejada, said: “Ejada’s partnership with Infinitt is a re-affirmation of our commitment to actively support the ongoing modernisation of Saudi Arabia’s health infrastructure & services, and open a new gateway for healthcare institutions in the country to access state-of-the-art medical technologies and value-added services.”
“Ejada and Infinitt are fully prepared to deliver world-class healthcare solutions, products and services that will help raise the bar of excellence in the delivery of healthcare in the country,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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