Estarta Solutions receives CEO of Strukton Systems
Jordan-based information technology (IT) company Estarta Solutions has met with Strukton Systems to further discuss the expansion of the business partnership, including joint ventures.
“Such ventures could be focused on applying Estarta's pattern recognition and wireless communication technologies to create transportation systems, as well as a focus on the Middle East market for Strukton,” states CEO of Estarta, Hatem Zeine.
Strukton Group, one of the top 10 construction firms in the Netherlands is active in concrete construction and hydraulic engineering, rail infrastructure, utility construction and building and maintenance, internationally. Strukton was introduced to Jordan and Estarta through it's special research partnership with the Delft University of Technology. Both Strukton and Estarta are also working closely with Delft University of Technology in joint advanced technology research.
Estarta Solutions is a 200-person company with offices in Amman, Boston, and Doha. Estarta is partially owned by Microsoft Corporation, and focuses on IT Consulting, IT Implementation, and Software Product Engineering services supported by proprietary pattern recognition and wireless communication platforms. Estarta helps organizations and technology companies in the US, Europe, and the Middle East succeed through advanced information technology solutions. — (menareport.com)
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