Buoyed up by the current price, oil producing countries are enjoying unprecedented development. The flood of development applications puts great strain on the local authorities responsible for planning and development control. Each application must be examined carefully to ensure that the development complies with planning guidelines and that the buildings erected are structurally sound.
With this in mind, Nova has been actively seeking business opportunities for our solutions for urban planning and development control in the Middle-East since 2007.
In late 2007, presentations of e-Government solutions for local authorities to senior officials from the Jeddah and Mecca Municipalities were well-received. Our e-Government products have proven to unite cutting-edge technologies with our domain knowledge to bring innovative yet practical solutions to our customers in South-East Asia. As a result of the keen interest shown, Nova and Royah Technologies (Royah) decided to conclude a teaming agreement to work together to secure business in this area.
“With this important relationship to add to our growing list of international partners, we mark a very important step in our strategic initiative to promote and distribute our solutions in the Middle-East. We are confident with the help of our local partner Royah, it will not be long before the first sales order is received,” Mr Steven Chan said of the agreement.
To further create market awareness, Nova and Royah continues to make presentations to officials drawn from the main cities in the kingdom.
Royah Technologies, an IT system integrator and service provider in the Kingdom, has an impressive list of customers in government and the private sector, including Jeddah Municipality, the Foreign Ministry, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Saudi Telecom Company, Mobili, Arabsat, MTN Yemen, Savola Group and Al Marai Company.
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