the Saudi based leading e-solutions and government support provider, has concluded its successful participation in the 35th GITEX Technology Week, the latest edition of the leading ICT business gateway in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. The exhibition was held from October 18 to 22, 2015 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) in the UAE under the theme ‘The Internet Future of Everything.’ During its participation, ELM threw the spotlight on its latest portfolio of e-services, garnering tremendous attention and appreciation from visitors as well as representatives of the public and private sectors. A wide range of cutting-edge and highly innovative e-services by ELM has been specially developed to address the needs of the KSA’s government and private sectors to complement its digital transformation and become a knowledge-based economy.
Majid Alarifi, Marketing Manager at ELM, said that: “Our participation this year is highlighted by the launch of new services that have been designed to create strong impact and support for the efforts to preserve the environment—which is the theme for this year’s event, ‘We Invent for a Green Tomorrow.’ Last year, the company was able to implement more than 625 million electronic processes, thus reducing 13 billion kilometers road from surveyors at government departments while also reducing the emission of 2.3 billion kg. of carbon dioxide gas. In addition, we were also able to provide the use of 2 billion paper sheets to save more than 230,000 trees and save more than 750 million liters of water. Our successful participation at GITEX 2015 has inspired us in continuing to lead the march of innovation and leadership in the development of electronic solutions and services that is capable of raising the Kingdom's name in regional and international forums and take Saudi products to a new level of excellence.”
ELM’s stand reported a large turnout of visitors, comprising decision-makers, senior officials, and ICT enthusiasts. The company showcased its ‘TASREEH’ solution and the updated version of its ‘Estihkak’ services along with its ‘Human Resources Management’ service, the newest members of the company’s bundle of innovative solutions. The time-and-effort efficient services process official procedures in government agencies and private companies according to the highest standards of quality, accuracy, reliability and transparency.
Majid Alarifi, Marketing Manager at ELM, added: “Our stand in this year’s edition of GITEX Technology Week proved to be a significant achievement that improved further on our successful participation in last year’s edition of the exhibition. The remarkable attention to our latest bundle of innovative services reinforces the vital role of ELM in promoting the KSA’s position as a major player in the region’s knowledge economy map and developing the rapidly growing local ICT market.”
“We appreciate the positive response received by our new services, which aim to reduce time, effort and costs. They help users to achieve the highest levels of customer satisfaction, ensure security and reliability in data verification, and avoid potential fraud and human errors by eliminating paperwork.” Alarifi added.
The 35th edition of GITEX Technology Week achieved a turnout of senior ICT experts from across the globe who came to review the latest innovative services and e-solutions showcased by 3,500 trademarks from 55 countries, as well as 140,000 visitors that included 20,000 senior executives and decision-makers.