Friendly way to do business

Jordanian enterprise solutions provider, CEB, has announced a partnership with Friendlyway, one of the big players in kiosk technologies for enterprise kiosk application solutions in the African and Asian Markets.

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By  Duncan MacRae Published  November 30, 2006

Jordanian enterprise solutions provider, CEB, has announced a partnership with Friendlyway, one of the big players in kiosk technologies for enterprise kiosk application solutions in the African and Asian Markets. The kiosks can be used for self-service applications such as ordering cinema tickets or locating a particular store in a shopping mall. Thomas Borck, Friendlyway’s international sales manager, said: “Friendlyway has chosen CEB for its more than 25 years of experience in providing the Middle East and African markets with information technology solutions and services. With over 140 professionals, CEB has the resources and expertise to successfully implement and integrate our technology for various markets and sectors. “CEB is the exclusive provider of Friendlyway enterprise kiosk solutions for the African and Asian markets. We are privileged to work with CEB as our partner for such a region” Ayman Arafeh, general manager of CEB, said: “Friendlyway is the world leader in kiosk technologies and systems. Our partnership reflects CEB’s direction to introduce state-of-the-art technologies to our product portfolio to cater for various industries and sectors through consumer and service centric solutions. “The Kiosk applications are one of the fastest growing technologies providing consumers and businesses with the facilities to save time and money to deploy such applications and systems through various public and commercial venues for information access and transactions.”

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