CompuMe opens doors in Jeddah

The computer superstore concept extends beyond its proven roots in the UAE to encompass a second Saudi Arabian branch. The plan is to have 25 branches Middle-East wide, by 2003.

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By  Colin Browne Published  January 30, 2001

CompuMe has opened its third regional location in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. According to CompuMe boss Dikran Tchablakian, this brings him closer to his aim: a store in every major centre which will form a regional one-stop shop for all computing needs.

“CompuMe megastores are designed to provide the widest choice of complete IT solutions, including IT facility setups, training and technical support services, web page design services, Intranet and Internet solutions,” said Tchablakian, CompuMe's chief executive Officer.

“Jeddah is the latest in a string of CompuMe megastores that will roll out across the region over the next few years,” he added.

CompuMe megastores offer a range of off-the-shelf computers, printers and other IT and mobile telecommunications products.

In addition, customers have the option of ordering customized CompuMe computers, assembled from a number of brands and delivered within 48 hours.

CompuMe megastores are also currently open in Dubai and Riyadh. The CompuMe network will encompass 25 megastores by 2003, all going according to plan, in locations that will include Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Jordan, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Turkey, Oman, Syria, Libya and Greece.

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