Al-Alamiah wins contract with Saudi Ministry of Education

Al-Alamiah Electronics has won a $5 million deal with the Saudi Ministry of Education to provide software and services for the Girls Educational Affairs department.

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By  Peter Branton Published  September 21, 2003

Al-Alamiah Electronics has won a $5 million deal with the Saudi Ministry of Education to provide software and services for the Girls Educational Affairs department.

The three year deal will see Al-Alamiah provide maintenance services for all applications, IT equipment and related peripherals, including printers and scanners on the central buildings, labs, related women’s branches and the educational administrations across the Kingdom.

The project is in two phases: the first will see Al-Alamiah providing manpower, the second maintenance services for the 12,000 strong computer systems and peripherals. For the first phase, Al-Alamiah has recruited qualified Saudi technicians as per the Ministry’s requirement.

“Al-Alamiah is very proud to be awarded this important contract, as our company is the pioneer in Saudi Arabia in the field of computer equipment and operation, system development, local and broadband networks and providing IT solutions,” said engineer Nader Amin, general manager products and services for Al-Alamiah.

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