Syntax Digital wants to weave Internet webs

Syntax Digital wants to produce your web site for you. The company has set up a specialised dot-com practice for the Middle East.

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By  Peter Conmy Published  August 5, 2000

Syntax Digital wants to produce your web site for you. The company has set up a specialised dot-com practice for the Middle East to serve e-business in the Middle East and take advantage of the experience it has garnered in both the USA and the Middle East.

“We are extremely excited about the prospects of the internet market in the region. The demand for our services and solutions has increased tremendously and the sophistication of assignments is on the rise,” said Ahmad Humeid, chief executive officer of Syntax Digital.

The internet market in the Middle East has recently witnessed rapid development, with US, European and local companies announcing a myriad of new products and services targeted at the region.

A sharp increase in investment activities in the Internet sector has also been noted in the past 3 months. Well-funded e-commerce, content and wireless initiatives are being launched, signalling the emergence of the Middle East as a major Internet market in the near future.

Syntax Digital says it has been involved in building numerous Dot-com projects over the last 18 months, both in the USA and Middle East.

The company’s strategy and design-focused approach ensures that strategy; branding, user experience and technical infrastructure are addressed as equally important and interconnected aspects of any e-business initiative.

The company’s Middle East localisation experience is also integrated in the new Dot-com practice, especially with the increasing use of Arabic as the main language of Middle East sites.

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