|Exploring new frontiers through the country's pavilion:Jordan at CeBIT 2002
|Opening fresh channels of cooperation between Jordan and other countries and creating prospective business opportunities for Jordanian companies were the most prominent results of int@j's participation in CeBIT.|
JORDAN (Star) - The Information Technology Association - Jordan (int@j), concluded on its 8-day participation in CeBIT 2002, the world's leading showplace for information technology, telecommunications and office automation. int@j's presence at this event came as part of the Jordanian pavilion, which hosted the Jordan Investment Board, tJEDCO and five local IT companies; Back Office Support Services (BOSSit), Progresssoft, Smartsoft, Eskadenia Software Solutions, and Future Applied Computer Technology (FACT).
Opening fresh channels of cooperation between Jordan and other countries such as Germany, Portugal, Iran, India and Korea and creating prospective business opportunities for Jordanian companies were the most prominent results of int@j's participation in CeBIT. Bilal Abuzeid, Marketing and Membership Services Coordinator at int@j, highlighted the success of this participation and stressed the importance of continuing to promote the Jordanian IT industry worldwide. "During int@j's presence at CeBIT, new contacts that have the potential to translate into tangible cooperation with counterparts in different countries have been established, and will be used as the foundation on which future business alliances will be built", Mr. Abuzeid said.
CeBIT is witnessing a steady increase in the number of Jordanian exhibitors given that it provides them with numerous opportunities to interact with European, Asian, South American and Australian businesses and facilitates their access to different world markets. Over 8,000 exhibitors from more than 60 countries showcased their products and services at this event that is considered the largest, most important and most comprehensive IT event of the year.
The industry segments covered at CeBIT 2002 included Information Technology, Software, Internet Solutions & Services, Automatic Data Capture, Vision Systems and Voice Processing, IT Engineering Solutions, Telecommunications and Networks, IT Security & Card Technology and Banking Technology and Financial Services.
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