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CEB makes its debut on Jordan stock exchange

Jordan-based systems integrator CEB has listed on the national stock exchange. CEB, which is a subsidiary of Al-Faris National Company, works across the Middle East and North Africa region and represents major vendors including HP, Acer, Bull, Nexans, Veritas and ISS.

Jordan-based systems integrator CEB has listed on the national stock exchange. CEB, which is a subsidiary of Al-Faris National Company, works across the Middle East and North Africa region and represents major vendors including HP, Acer, Bull, Nexans, Veritas and ISS. CEB is currently trading on the Jordan stock market under the name of Al-Faris international.

CEB claims that it is the first IT company to be listed on the Jordan Stock Exchange. The company, which was established in 1980, also operates an Oracle business unit offering customers a comprehensive suite of products and services and access to certified consultants and software engineers.

Headquartered in Amman, Jordan, CEB offers its customers a complete range of IT services designed to help them solve their business challenges. CEB works with clients to plan, design and implement technology solutions in a number of different solution areas.

CEB’s areas of expertise include automated banking, insurance management, loan management, document management, workflow systems and human resource applications.

Enterprise customers also have access to CEB’s technical support department made up of certified professionals on call round the clock. CEB now boasts a client base in excess of 220 and has references in multiple industries and multiple countries.

CEB plans to replicate its strength in Jordan on a regional basis and is preparing to raise awareness levels of its services throughout the Middle East. With its listing on the Jordan stock exchange completed, CEB’s next challenge is to boost its customer base even further and build up its market share.

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