ELM unveils efficiency initiatives
Saudi Arabia’s ELM reiterated its commitment to supporting the KSA government’s ambitious Vision 2030 targets during GITEX Technology Week.
Saudi Arabia’s ELM has unveiled three innovations aimed at enterprise and consumer markets, and also reiterated its commitment to supporting the KSA government’s ambitious Vision 2030 targets during GITEX Technology Week.
“We are participating here to introduce the current services and also announcing new services,” says Majid Saad Alarifi, marketing manager at ELM.
The three new services launched during the show are Allimni, an application developed specially for government organisations that send messages and notifications to groups of users; Masarat, an advanced cloud-based electronic service for efficient fleet management; and Mojaz, an advanced service which provides information about used vehicles from the date of their entry into Saudi.
Alarifi adds that a key benefit of participating at GITEX is that it gives the company a chance to introduce its services to other GCC governments.
“Governments in the GCC share similar regulation so we can open up markets between us. We are also keen to meet the vendors who came here to share their IT solutions and look for the new edge of technology.”
Alarifi adds: “We support Vision 2030. The Vision focuses on human capital and reducing costs. Most of our services, since we started, are focused on reducing costs and saving the resources, whether it is environmental resources or economic resources, to support the coming generation.”