Asset Technology sets sights on Europe

Egypt's Asset Technology is looking to expand into Europe as well as intensify its regional activities.

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By  Daniel Stanton Published  February 27, 2006

Egypt's Asset Technology is looking to expand into Europe as well as intensify its regional activities after becoming the first company in the Middle East to win an Oracle PartnerNetwork Innovation Award. Asset won for its Smart Enterprise Suite product, Jupiter, a platform which offers document and content management, collaboration, records management, process automation, report management and mobile services. "We are looking at having business partners in European markets to start promoting our product over there," said Mervat El Dabae, business development manager for Asset. "Jupiter was designed for an international market, so basically it's designed not just to meet the standard demands of the Middle East but meet all the international standards and this is the way it's continuing. We think the product will have a perfect fit in the European market, even though business drivers of the organisations could be different." Current customers include the Ministry of Interiors in Tunisia, the Kuwait Petroleum Company, and some countries are using the system as part of their eGovernment policy. "We also have big projects that we're currently implementing in Egypt, part of the Government initiative, which is basically automating all of the processes, all of the procurement of the ministries and communication with the suppliers through an internet portal," says El Dabae.

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