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Esense wants rapid expansion

Software solutions provider Esense is embarking on a rapid expansion plan in the Middle East, its CEO reveals. The firm, which is headquartered in Jordan, has recently opened offices in Qatar and the UAE as part of its expansion plans.

Esense wants rapid expansion
Samer Maslamani, CEO.

Software solutions provider Esense is embarking on a rapid expansion plan in the Middle East, its CEO reveals. The firm, which is headquartered in Jordan, has recently opened offices in Qatar and the UAE as part of its expansion plans.

“We have gone through a major expansion in the Middle East, we see massive potential in the region and we now have offices in the UAE, Qatar and Saudi as well as Jordan,” says Samer Maslamani, CEO of Esense.

“Qatar and the UAE are new regions that we have just entered. We have been working in these regions for a while but now we want to expand further into them,” he adds.

Maslamani also says the reason behind the company’s smooth ride through the economic crisis was partly due to its involvement with governments.

“For Esense we had three major factors for our success. We work a lot with the government, which has more sustainable products to work with. Our projects are long-term and our solutions are obviously a way for companies to bring down expenses,” he concludes.

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