Ariss adds new titles

Ariss Computer, one of the leading providers of Arabic software, is using this year’s GITEX Saudi Arabia to promote a wide range of new titles.

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By  GITEX Times staff Published  April 18, 2007

Ariss Computer, one of the leading providers of Arabic software, is using this year’s GITEX Saudi Arabia to promote a wide range of new titles, including pocket PC software, e-learning collections in addition to translation and language training applications. In addition to its well known Islamic programmes, electronic dictionaries and publishing tools, the company is also showcasing a wide range of educational and reference material for multimedia and CD distribution. Ariss views GITEX as the perfect opportunity to launch its latest new products. Ariss Computer claims that GITEX Saudi Arabia remains a vital event on its agenda every year, as it is still the best place to meet both potential and also new customers. Appearing at the exhibition also gives Ariss the opportunity to find out more about its customers’ precise requirements and needs. One main software title that the company is focusing on this year is an encyclopedia of Islamic and classical Arabic books and volumes, which is made up of some 12,000 individual titles. Ariss remains wholly committed to the development of more software titles that it believes reflect the needs and desires of the Saudi market. Ariss Computers is also showcasing its innovative SCORM compliant e-learning content solutions for universities and schools in the region at this year’s Gitex. The SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) e-learning based solutions enableS plug-and-play interoperability, accessibility, and reusability of Ariss web-based learning content. Based on technology standards, including both XML and JavaScript, SCORM is the de facto e-learning technology standard, and is also widely supported by world-leading corporations and a number of universities. As a leading provider of Arabic-language software in the region, Ariss Computer is showing potential customers how its localised tools can offer mobile users all the functionality they need while on the move. The Saudi Arabian company, which was established back in 1986, sells a wide range of software offerings. It now boasts more than 400 solutions, including electronic dictionaries and publishing tools.

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