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Estarta to build Aramex tracking system

Estarta, a provider of IT solutions has entered into an enterprise services agreement with Aramex International, the largest courier in the Middle East to launch a proprietary global tracking system that would allow for real-time tracking of packages for Aramex clients and personnel, through the Internet.

Estarta, a provider of IT solutions has entered into an enterprise services agreement with Aramex International, the largest courier in the Middle East to launch a proprietary global tracking system that would allow for real-time tracking of packages for Aramex clients and personnel, through the Internet.The new system’s features and will offer Aramex clients advanced service and will provide effective quality services through this leading-edge technology. With this agreement Estarta will deploy a shipment tracking system, a third party data exchange, integrate legacy tracking systems and quality auditing services in the first phase of the project. Estarta is leveraging Microsoft’s .NET technologies to seamlessly integrate with Aramex’s entire network of operations and employ a web services model. The .NET platform is a set of Microsoft software technologies that connect information, people, systems and devices. “We are confident that the Estarta’s wealth of experience and Microsoft's .NET technology will help us provide a reliable and integrated system that serves our customers better,” explained Samer Awajan, chief technology architect, Aramex.“We aim to be the region's leading IT solutions provider that helps transform organizations and enables businesses in the Middle East to better compete in the global marketplace,” commented Ennis Rimawi, Chairman and President of Estarta. Estarta is a result of the merger of two Jordanian IT solutions companies in May 2002, Zeine Technological Applications and ONEWORLD.

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