Educating Gulf users

Arabic software vendor Ariss Computer claims it is every Middle Eastern IT company's duty to be present and represented at the region's biggest IT exhibition, and is looking forward to another lucrative and educative encounter this year.

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By  Administrator Published  July 31, 2007

Arabic software vendor Ariss Computer claims it is every Middle Eastern IT company's duty to be present and represented at the region's biggest IT exhibition, and is looking forward to another lucrative and educative encounter this year.

"It is our responsibility to be there, at GITEX Technology Week," asserts Massif Jomaa, sales manager Middle East at the software vendor. "We will be at this exhibition, first of all, to promote our name - we're the biggest resellers of educational programs in the Gulf and the show is the number one exhibition in the Gulf, and indeed in the entire Arab World," he adds.

The Beirut vendor offers a host of Arabic software programs including electronic dictionaries, translation programs, Islamic applications, health programs and games. It also offers a host of movies translated into Arabic including ‘Ninja Turtles', and translated games including ‘Sonic the Hedgehog' and ‘Rayman'. The company claims to have launched hundreds of programs in recent years.

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