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CEB and Al Majaz form joint venture in Qatar

Jordanian corporate reseller CEB has founded ‘CEB Qatar’, after forming a joint venture with Qatar-based IT consultants Al Majaz. The official launch of the company took place at the Sheraton Hotel in Doha, at an event attended by top executives from the two companies and government officials.

Jordanian corporate reseller CEB has founded ‘CEB Qatar’, after forming a joint venture with Qatar-based IT consultants Al Majaz. The official launch of the company took place at the Sheraton Hotel in Doha, at an event attended by top executives from the two companies and government officials.

CEB Qatar’s offerings will include document management systems, an insurance application, and core banking, micro-finance and enterprise kiosk solutions. The company will also provide services in consultation and training for ITIL and Oracle services through data migration solutions and consultation.

Ayman Arafeh, general manager at CEB, said: “Our decision to open our first regional branch in Qatar came after a comprehensive study of various potential regional markets which showed Qatar to have great potential for IT business growth. We chose to work with Al-Majaz due to its excellent reputation in the Qatari market when it comes to offering innovative solutions and good support.”

Mohammad Abaidly, general manager at Al-Majaz, added: “CEB is a well known IT company not only in Jordan but in the region as well, and we are very pleased to partner them to serve the growing IT needs in the Qatari market.”

Established in 1980, CEO employs 130 personnel and extends its operations to Jordan, GCC States, North Africa, and the Middle East.

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