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STME appoints new Managing Director for Saudi operations

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Published: 03-Feb-2015 11:25 am
Publisher: BRComms

STME appoints new Managing Director for Saudi operations 

Abdulrahman Al Said joins growing team to strengthen company’s position in the Middle East ICT sector 

 

(Dubai, 3 February 2015) – STME, the Middle East’s leading solutions provider and systems integrator, has announced the appointment of Mr. Abdulrahman Al Said as Managing Director for its Saudi Arabian business. 

 

Al Said brings to STME a wealth of management experience gained through a career spanning over three decades, 20 years of which were spent in management roles in various firms across the Middle East. He started his career with Saudi Airline following his graduation from the United States then joined a start-up venture of Alsalam Aircraft Co., as Director of Military Projects. 

 

He then joined National Air Services start-up and served as Managing Director of NAS Jet, before joining MIC Group as President & CEO of Mostadamh Co. 

 

Al Said joins STME’s growing team, which has presence in 10 offices across Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. 

 

“Over the past 30 years, STME has been a significant player in the dramatic transformation of the ICT landscape in the Middle East. Competition is rife in this fast-growing industry, but we stay ahead of the curve because of the innovative products in our portfolio and the savvy professionals in our team, who remain committed to bringing the latest technology to our expanding client base,” the company said. 

 

The ICT market in Saudi Arabia is expected to post a year-on-year growth of 4.6% in 2015 to reach USD 36.95 billion, according to the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) latest forecast. 

 

(ENDS)

 

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