Elm touts new digital solutions at GITEX
Rolls out new digital products for the health, safety and education sectors
Elm is a Saudi company owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF), is using GITEX Technology Week to roll out new digital products for the health, safety and education sectors as part of the company's move to further expand into global markets.
According to Majed Bin Saad Al Arifi, marketing director and spokesperson, Elm, the company has fully embraced an innovation-based vision for building a better future for society via the development of digital services and products, training and advisory services, outsourcing and administrative support solutions and emerging business solutions.
Al Arifi, says Elm is currently working on more than 100 projects with government entities and large organisations. In addition, he explains that the company is marketing over 46 brands across a client base of 40,000. "The company strives to constantly cater to the needs of its local and international clients in the public and private sectors," Al Arifi says.
He says during GITEX, the company has be showcasing new solutions as Elm is set to launch a number of new services, including 'Ithra', 'HIS' health service and 'Salama' service. "These new services constitute a valuable addition to the national initiatives aimed at implementation of the electronic government model and the National Transformation Program 2020," he adds. "We are always upbeat about participating at GITEX, because it provides significant opportunities for strengthening the bridges of communication with the decision makers and technology entrepreneurs."