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OutSystems opens office in Dubai

Enterprise application platform company cites growing demand in region

OutSystems opens office in Dubai

International technology supplier, OutSystems, has announced it has opened an office in Dubai.

OutSystems, which provides a platform for the development of enterprise Web and mobile applications, said the move to Dubai is to capitalise on the growing interest in high-productivity application platforms in the Middle East.

Rodrigo Castelo has been appointed director for the new office and will lead OutSystems Middle East and Africa operations. According to Outsystems, Rodrigo has over 10 years of experience in the technology market including significant time in the MEA region.

Castelo commented on the expansion into the Middle East: "OutSystems excels in delivering state-of-the-art mobile and Web applications in record time with amazing user experiences. We have a successful track record across Europe and the United States with solutions that were delivered fast and widely adopted using OutSystems' platform."

"We strive to give enterprise users, customers and citizens what they need, when they need it, as simply as possible. This practice is fully in line with the 2021 Vision of UAE President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the directives of UAE Vice President and Prime Minister, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. We aim to create a solid ground in UAE as a platform for the Middle East region."

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