Minister of ICT Inaugurates Jordanian Pavilion at GITEX
The Jordanian Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Fawaz H. Zu’bi, inaugurated the Jordanian Pavilion at the first day of GITEX 2002.
Along with The Information and Technology Association of Jordan (int@j), the Ministry of information communication technology (ICT) is supporting the Kingdom’s technology providers in showcasing their capabilities and expertise to customers from the Gulf region as well as international visitors.
The companies taking part in the int@j pavilion at GITEX will include the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (MoICT), OFFTEC, int@j Eskadenia Software Solutions, Estarta Solutions, Integrated Technology Group, Jordan Telecom, TIS Group, and WAMAD IT Services Co.
Int@j was founded in May 2000 as a voluntary non-profit, private organization. The mission of int@j is to effectively represent, promote, and advance the Jordanian software and IT services industry in the global market. Int@j aims not only at promoting Members, but at creating a positive and lasting impression of the Jordanian creative determination to become the ICT success story of the Middle East. — (menareport.com)
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