Riyadh, KSA – The Digis Squared Team met last week with the Ministry of Investment in KSA, and initiated the process to open a new business and offices in Riyadh.
Digis Squared, the UK-based managed services, system integration and telecoms consulting specialists, continues its business expansion, and initiates the process to open a new business and offices in Riyadh, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With a London HQ, Technology and Global Customer Support Centre in Cairo, and businesses in Luanda, Angola, and Dubai, UAE, this fifth new company is a significant milestone in the sixth year of business.
Ziad Khalil, Co-Founder & CEO, said “This is a key strategic region for Digis Squared. I am delighted to meet with the Ministry of Investment and progress our plans to open a new office here in Riyadh.”
“This milestone will enrich and expand our current business in Riyadh and supports our Tier 1 CSP clients in the region”, shared Yasser Elsabrouty, Co-Founder and KSA Managing Director. “As we deliver on our plans to open a new company and our own offices here in Saudi, the Digis Squared team will deepen its local investment, and expand our existing capabilities.”
“This step is another key delivery against our GTM strategy, and we are on target to achieve a doubling of our market share in the region,” shared Mohamed Hamdy, CCO.
About Digis Squared
Managed Services, System Integration & Consulting. We transform telecom networks, deploy new technologies, and manage vendors, for network operators, service providers and regulators. Apply our vendor-agnostic expertise, automated AI-led tools and processes to transform your technical and commercial capabilities. We work with agility, deep experience, and our in-house cognitive tools to optimise and manage multi-vendor networks across all technologies. Headquartered in the UK, Digis Squared has offices in Angola, Egypt and UAE.
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- Also reported by: TelecomPaper