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Harf to showcase Arabic applications

Harf Information Technology will be showcasing its wide range of solutions at the forthcoming Gitex KSA. In particular, the firm, which over the years has specialised in Arabic language software and indexing, will be showcasing its e-learning system, called Tadarus.

Harf Information Technology will be showcasing its wide range of solutions at the forthcoming Gitex KSA. In particular, the firm, which over the years has specialised in Arabic language software and indexing, will be showcasing its e-learning system, called Tadarus.

The solution includes all the facilities and services needed by universities, schools, and companies to manage education and training.

In addition to the Tadarus system, Harf offers some of the Tadarus components as independent apps, including the Virtual Classroom System and Course Content Preparation System.

Harf also provides various products for mobile users, including programs that users can download and run on their phones. Harf also offers content provision services and additional services distributed through mobile networks. It currently transmits daily MMS and SMS messages on the largest mobile network in Saudi Arabia as part of a Daily Islamic Package.

Among its many other offerings, Harf also develops applications for culture and entertainment, including cartoons, interactive games and Islamic songs. The firm has also developed e-government solutions and services such as business engineering and re-engineering, workflow and document management solutions, identity management and provisioning solutions.

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