dot.jo makes its way into the Sudanese market
dot.jo, the leading provider of web development and enterprise solutions, recently launched the Central Bank of Sudan’s (CBOS) website.
The agreement included a dynamic, comprehensive website encompassing public information about CBOS’s services, regulations and current activities.
Using the latest technologies in web developing, dot.jo designed the website with user-friendly navigation, highlighting services for the public and financial information for the general mass and corporate entities. In addition, the website offers key statistics, numbers and figures for decision makers such as companies' current financial status in the stock market, disclosures and performance reports.
Moreover, the News Section provides users with the latest news on CBOS’s activities and announcements. For those interested in currency rates, a live ticker displays worldwide currencies at their current price along with a handy exchange rate chart where users can compare prices with the US Dollar, Euro and many other currencies.
"We have utilized our cutting-edge technologies and know-how to provide CBOS with a comprehensive website that not only meets the bank's vision but also provides up-to-date information related to the financial sector in Sudan and North Africa," said dot.jo's Business Development Manager Zaid Shreim. "dot.jo aspires to flourish in North Africa by offering accessible and streamlined web development services to a diverse variety of industries."
dot.jo is a leading Jordanian company specialized in providing first-class web development and enterprise solutions. The company aims at maintaining its status as a pioneer in Jordan and the region by focusing on meeting clients’ various demands while sustaining high quality standards.
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