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Information Technology Companies in GCC

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Partnerships between content developers and telecom companies is ...
Omran went on to describe how broadband provides a key pocket for growth "Demand for fixed and mobile data is increasing. This is due to the increasing number of smart phones and the popularity of social networking websites like Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube. Consumers want more convenience and they want to have access to information and entertainment anywhere anytime we are looking forward to give our customers the opportunity to access and share content on different screens," added Omran . To this end we have continuously worked hard on our Fiber Optic network which is considered one of the most important pillars of UAE market research, surveys and trends
IT spending in the Middle East resilient and climbing
Beirut (RPN) – IT spending in the Middle East continues to rise, with five-year forecasts in some markets approaching the $5 billion mark.  Saudi Arabia’s highly lucrative market for technology products and services was valued at $3.5 billion last year, and projected to expand to $4.8 billion by 2013 – a compound annual growth rate of 8%. Information Technology experts surveyed by RPN predicted that IT spending in the region will prove resilient despite ongoing financial turbulence in the region and in the global markets. “We expect growth in IT spending in the MENA region next year, despite the uncertain ... market research, surveys and trends


Madar Research reports 16 percent growth in GCC ERP market in 2004 ...
Healthy growth in sales of the elaborate business software has raised the market value from $134 million in 2003 to $155 million by end 2004. Numerous mid-market implementations, particularly in the United Arab Emirates, in addition to aggressive growth in ERP implementations among the manufacturing, retail and wholesale, and diversified business sectors in Qatar, UAE and Saudi Arabia contributed to a slightly higher than expected growth in 2004. "The year 2004 has been exceptionally good for both sellers and users of ERP solution, as the need to improve business information and the long-term cost savings increasingly ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
One in three unhappy with GCC banks - survey - Banking & Finance ...
An extensive online survey conducted by Arabian Business has found that one in three Gulf residents is unhappy with the region’s "inadequate" banking experience. More than 20 percent of respondents rated their overall banking experience as "terrible". Some 41 percent of expatriate respondents said they rated Gulf banks as "much worse" than the banks in their home country. Less than half that figure believes the Gulf banking experience is better compared to that offered in the country they are from. The Arabian Business Banking Survey 2010 attracted more than 800 respondents across the six Gulf states. industry trends, business articles and survey research
National Bank of Abu Dhabi organises lecture on ETF
25 ETF' began trading on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) on March 25, 2010 under the ticker symbol '1UAE'. To provide comprehensive training on ETFs, NBAD has partnered with ADX and Thomson Reuters. Together, they will inform participants about ETFs, 1UAE, analysis of ETFs, and trading on Reuters 3000 Xtra. "NBAD is committed to serving its esteemed clients and offering them unique and distinguished benefits," said Alan Durrant, the Chief Investment Officer at NBAD's Asset Management Group. NBAD OneShare Dow Jones UAE 25 ETF tracks the performance of 'Dow Jones UAE 25 Total Return ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Germany strengthening maritime and logistics sectors in Bahrain
Bahrain (Manama) The General Organisation of Sea Ports (GOP) has announced the signing of a significant logistics agreement with the City of Nuremberg, Federal Republic of Germany for developing mutual co-operation and enhancing bilateral relations between Nuremberg and the General Organisation of Sea Ports, Kingdom of Bahrain. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by the GOP represented by Chairman Shaikh Daij bin Salman Al Khalifa, and Nuremberg City represented by the Deputy Mayor of the City and  CEO of Business and Infrastructure of the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region Dr. Roland Fleck in Nuremberg during the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


ITIDA Supports Egyptian Companies in Boosting Exports to the GCC ...
ITIDA Supports Egyptian Companies in Boosting Exports to the GCC Market. Date Published: 05 October, 2009. Information Technology Industry Development ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
BSP: Transportation, Freight Forwarder and Storage Services ...
PWC Logistics is a global provider of integrated supply chain solutions, with more than 450 offices located in over one-hundred countries spread across six continents. Unlike our competitors, whose services are limited in both scope and reach, our end-to-end solutions range from demand planning and procurement to order fulfillment and delivery to the end consumer(s). Our solutions deliver real value to our customers’ operations and bottom lines. Through its network of warehousing facilities and transportation and freight management services, PWC provides its customers with flexible solutions tailored to meet their business ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Dubai area has been the site of significant investment by information technology related companies over the past ten years.  It has become known as a regional marketing, distribution, and recently, assembly center for the Middle East.  The Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum initiated efforts to establish a free trade zone for e-commerce and technology here. Out of his encouragement grew a 25-square kilometer community located on Shaikh Zaid Road named Dubai Internet City (DIC).  The Chairman of DIC is Muhammad Gargawi.  The intended launch date of DIC was Fall 2000.  Dubai ...
12 Tips for Doing Business in the Middle East
The revelation by Dubai World in November last year that it may have to default on some $60 billion worth of loans sent shockwaves through the business world. Dubai, considered a cosmopolitan symbol of new Arab ambition and wealth, was transformed overnight into a castle made of sand in the eyes of the public. Some executives, wary of the possible knock-on effects of a real-estate crunch, shelved plans to expand into a region that is still, in the twenty-first century, something of a mystery to the western business mind. Rightly so, no one can be totally effusive about the situation in the Gulf, given the publicity around the ...
How many companies use C/C++ for their software? | LinkedIn ...
I have been looking for some research paper that would give some sort of an answer on this question and I have found none so far. I looked at IDC and other similar companies. Would that be because it is just plainly hard to determine that? Any rough idea of how many companies would be using C or C++ in the US? Thank you. Alexis W. posted November 13, 2008 in Software Development , Search Marketing | Closed Share This Bjarne Stroustrup maintains a list of some companies that use C++: posted November 13, 2008 President at Steel Penny Games, Inc. see all my answers Best Answers in: ...