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Saudi Ministry of Education prepares for Arabic training software rollout

PCI secures deal with Saudi's Ministry of Education for 23,106 NetSupport School 5 licenses.

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Education is planning to rollout Arabic desktop training software to over 1000 schools in the coming months. The ministry recently signed a deal with PCI’s Saudi distributor Zero Datasoft (Al- Bassam) for 23,106 licenses of NetSupport School 5 Arabic.

The Ministry of Education is planning to rollout the training package to language labs in 1360 schools. According to a statement from PCI — the developers of NetSupport — the package won through because of its rich content and strong support.

“We are delighted to have been awarded this contract by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education,” says Steve Read, Middle East channel manager PCI.

“Zero Datasoft have been consistently working with the ministry and demonstrated [strong] commitment to the support and development of NetSupport in the Kingdom,” he adds.

Since developing an Arabic version of NetSupport School, PCI has won contracts with the Bahrain Ministry of Education, Saudi’s Police Military and with Sheikh Mohammed's IT education initiative within the UAE.

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