MENA ICT Week 2011 welcomes ITG President as key speaker in the Education and Government Sessions

Press release
Published March 31st, 2011 - 11:02 GMT

Organized by the Syrian Computer Society (SCS) and The Arab ICT Organization (IJMA3), the 3rd Annual MENA ICT Week that took place from March 25-29, 2011 is considered as one of the most prominent ICT sector event in the Arab world. SCS hosted this year's event which gathered all concerned key players and parties working in the field of ICT from 14 different countries from the Arab world, Europe, United States and Africa.   

ITG’s participation in this event is considered key due to the company’s expertise in the fields of education and e-government, and the integration of ICT to serve communities at large. 

During the “Content, Education, Inclusion” and “Cheaper and Better Government” Panel Sessions, ITG’s President and CEO Walid Tahabsem talked about the significance of ICT as a “means to an end” and a tool that can truly empower communities once integrated into the different fields be it Education, Government, or others. 

ITG also participated in the Business Matching meetings, through its Accounts Manager Osama Saleh, who presented the company’s innovative products and solutions to conference delegates. The presentation covered ITG’s various product lines including its e-Learning and Educational Platform; EduWave, Government Resource Planning Solution; WaveGRP, and its Documents Management and Archiving Solution; WaveDMS.

Background Information

Integrated Technology Group (ITG)

Integrated Technology Group (ITG) is an international, dynamic, innovative and technology-driven company that operates through three regions: ITG Middle East, ITG America, and ITG Africa.

The firm's strength lies in its vision, which hinges on technological innovations and the ability to identify potential business frontiers well ahead of the competition.


Syrian Computer Society

The Syrian Computer Society (SCS) was founded in 1989 upon an initiative launched by several founding members working in the field of information technology in Syria. 
SCS aims at introducing ICT culture in Syrian society, and helping shape and regulate the ICT market in the country 
SCS is today a well-established association, both at the scientific and professional levels. 
SCS is governed by a Board of Directors who are elected for 2 years.

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