Yvolv eyes Saudi Arabia’s digital journey

Gartner predicts Middle East and North Africa public cloud spend to hit $2bn by 2020

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Yvolv eyes Saudi Arabia’s digital journey Fahad Almajed: "This agreement greatly expands our flexibility to offer end to end data, security, and cloud based solutions with the most technologically advanced facilities based in GCC."
By  Aasha Bodhani Published  April 11, 2017

Yvolv and Meraas have announced the signing of a partnership with DOITC, and IT integrator in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Yvolv, a JV company by Alibaba Cloud, aims to support the country's digital transformation journey and digital commerce evolution, with particular encouragement from the country's Draft Cloud Computing Regulations.

Fahad Almajed, CEO of DOITC, said: "This agreement greatly expands our flexibility to offer end to end data, security, and cloud based solutions with the most technologically advanced facilities based in GCC. We see a great potential for Alibaba cloud computing solutions in this market and are highly optimistic about the future of our collaboration."

Fahad Al Hajeri, the CEO of Yvolv, added: "SMBs are usually the early adopters and we see them proactively migrating from their existing IT infrastructures towards cloud computing solutions. One of the key reasons for them to embrace the digital transformation is to reduce unnecessary costs while improving their bottom line and increasing their business efficiency."

Yvolv's cloud computing services powered by Alibaba Cloud solutions are already available via DOITC and are expected to see a very rapid customer base growth in the upcoming year.

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