Int@j casts light on Jordan’s IT capabilities

The Information and Technology Association of Jordan (Int@j) has arrived at Gitex with a stronger track record this year than ever before.

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By  Massoud Derhally Published  October 13, 2002

The Information and Technology Association of Jordan (Int@j) has arrived at Gitex with a stronger track record this year than ever before.

Int@j points today points to the REACH initiative which has resulted in US $38M in IT exports and employs 5000 in the IT sector. 1650 schools out of 3100 are already equipped with computers.1,500 teachers have already earned their International Computer Driving License in basic computer literacy, and 4,500 more are in the process of earning it.

With Marwan Juma and Raed Bilbesi at its helm, Int@j is at Gitex this year to showcase Jordan’s ICT capabilites. Nine of Jordan’s leading information and communications technology (ICT) organizations will be exhibiting their solutions and services to the host of regional and international visitor’s at this year's event.

The int@j pavilion includes the following companies: Eskadenia Software Solutions, Estarta Solutions, int@j, Integrated Technology Group, Jordan Telecom, the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, OFFTEC, Tantash Information Systems Group (TIS Group), and WAMAD IT Services Co.

“The int@j pavilion at GITEX 2002 showcases Jordan’s most advanced technology companies while offering regional and international visitors with clear insight on Jordan's current product and services capabilities,” said Marwan Juma, chairman of int@j. “Jordanian companies today provide turn-key solutions to some of the world’s biggest organizations and our participation at GITEX 2002 enables us to demonstrate this.”

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