SIT seeks partnership

With eight years of experience in computer based training, SIT is a Tunisian specialist in e-learning.

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By  Dawinderpal Sahota Published  September 10, 2007

With eight years of experience in computer based training, SIT is a Tunisian specialist in e-learning.

The company is based in Tunis, but already has customers in the Middle East.

It supplies courses to educational organisations, enterprises and training centres to help them diversify and reach more students or employees through e-learning courses.

This year SIT returns to GITEX Technology Week for the third time to promote its new catalogue of courses.

The catalogue features over 70 engineering courses as well as certification for Open Source and Open Office.

The courses are offered in both English and French, as well as in Arabic. SIT differentiates itself as an e-learning company by offering tutoring with these courses.

GITEX is an important exhibition for SIT to meet with new partners and make contacts.

According to the CEO, Kamel Masmoudi (left of picture), GITEX was where the company met some of its first clients and partners, most of whom are based in KSA, with partners also in Kuwait and Syria.

Masmoudi hopes that the company can also make contacts in Dubai through this year's exhibition.

"We come to GITEX to look for local partners and to make contacts. But this year we are hoping to meet a local partner here in Dubai, not just for investment, but also partners who are interested in doing projects with us," he says.

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