SCOPE Group, an IT company that has value-added distribution, technology solutions provider and system integrator subsidiaries in the Middle East, has revealed that it plans to expand its DataCell division.
The company says the expansion plans are on account of success of the Group’s software development business and healthy pipeline of prestigious projects.
Fadi AbuEkab, CEO, SCOPE, said: “There has been a great reception to our software development services and since its inception, the DataCell division has grown to become a key business driver for our organisation as it allows us to offer our customers the entire gamut of IT services. DataCell currently has a significant line-up of projects in the pipeline, which is why we intend to extend our capabilities by recruiting more developers to the division.”
AbuEkab said the DataCell division is focused on business opportunities in UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon, Bahrain, Egypt and North African counties. “We are in the process of hiring more employees in sales and pre-sales positions as we plan to extend our reach to new markets and sectors,” AbuEkab said.
Saed Sakran, the Group Sales Director added that: “We see so much potential for growth that we are in the process of outlining ambitious expansion plans. The Middle East market is a challenging market, which is even more exciting as we see challenges as opportunities. I believe that providing customers with an integrated solution, covering hardware, software and support services, is what really gives us a competitive advantage and we will continue to build upon and enhance our abilities to maintain this in future.”
DataCell, id the software development arm of the group and has successfully implemented solutions ranging from portal and intranet, enterprise applications and fax server applications to workflow and specialised ERP solutions for a number of prominent government entities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as well as private enterprises and commercial sector.