ELM’s 8th Year of Participation at Gitex to Be Highlighted With Launch of New Services
ELM, a leader in innovative solutions and owned by the Public Investment Fund of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), has announced its participation at GITEX Technology Week (GITEX 2017), an annual consumer computer and electronics trade show, exhibition and conference, which will be held from October 8 to October 12, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC). During the exciting five-day show, the company is set to launch a package of new electronic services that have been developed to help address the needs of both the public and private sectors. Participating for the eighth consecutive year in GITEX, ELM will be highlighting the many benefits and advantages to be gained from patronizing the new services, which includes increased economic performance, professionalism, security and privacy across e-transactions resulting in key savings on cost, time and human capital.
Majid AlArifi, Spokesman and Marketing Director at Elm, confirmed the importance of ELM’s participation at the 37th edition of GITEX technology week to interact with some of the region's top decision makers and thought leaders and explore the latest innovations and advancements in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). He pointed out that the company will reveal its newest line of service offerings which were designed to effectively help a number of sectors such as health, learning & electronic training, government and private sectors in KSA.
AlArifi said, “We are looking forward to our participation at GITEX 2017. During our presence at last year's edition, ELM was successfully able to launch a full range of innovative solutions and e-services, through which ELM has entered into new markets, building on our local achievements that enhance our contribution to the success of the e-Government model and drive economic and development growth in Saudi Arabia to achieve the Saudi Vision 2030. Our new services reflect our success in keeping up with the digital transformation process by providing integrated services
and solutions that embody our national vision of creating a better life and building a brighter future for our communities, drawing on the most successful experience and meeting the highest international standards”.
AlArifi explained that ELM’s participation in GITEX, the leading event in information technology and telecommunication sectors of the (MENASA) region is looking to highlight its newest range of integrated solutions aimed at addressing the challenges of electronic transformation in both public and private sectors, while also focusing on the competitive advantages of our innovative training & consultancy solutions; information technology (IT); administrative support solutions; emerging business solutions and electronic products that ELM is keen to develop in accordance with the international standards. He said that Elm is confident that its upcoming participation will drive its continuous efforts to explore new prospects for growth and promising opportunities and face the emerging challenges, inspired by innovation as a key pillar of development and excellence in technology.
ELM is a leading provider of innovative digital solutions, training and consulting solutions, and digital products. The company has an advanced expertise in procedure engineering, and administrative support that comply with professional standards to meet the expectations of customers under the supervision of highly qualified and professional national talent. Thanks to its outstanding achievements that were culminated in the recognition of a number of prestigious international organizations, Elm has won the confidence of a number of prominent government and private institutions in the Middle East.
Elm is a joint-stock company owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF). We develop secure e-Services and high-profile government support projects that fully meet client expectations. We also aim to contribute to the build-up of national expertise and the localization of IT capacities.