Dubai Investment Development: The headquarters is a testament to the effectiveness of the emirate’s strategic direction
Softserve chooses Dubai as the regional headquarters for its operations in the region
Softserve offices in Dubai Internet City offer a full range of services.
The Dubai Investment Development Corporation confirmed that it has provided the necessary support and empowerment to "Softserve International for Digital Investments", which has been providing services to clients in the region since 2018, to open its regional headquarters in Dubai.
And it said in a statement yesterday that SoftServe specializes in implementing information technology solutions across the value chain to sectors including healthcare, retail, energy and financial services, with the aim of enhancing the digital economy.
Softserve offices in Dubai Internet City provide a full range of services to customers, ranging from providing specialized advice and advice, to managing projects on the site, implementing them, and providing them with continuous support.
The statement clarified that Dubai's distinguished position as a leading center for research and development in emerging sectors, and its constant focus on attracting new technologies, was one of the most prominent factors that contributed to SoftServe's selection of Dubai as its headquarters in the Middle East.
He added that the continuous digital transformation in government services, as well as in the private sector in the UAE and the region, and the proactive digital measures that were taken with the aim of mitigating the repercussions of the "Covid-19" pandemic, and its effects on the human and economic side, as well as accelerating the pace of economic recovery, made the city more Attractive for companies wishing to set up headquarters in Dubai, noting that the emirate continues the path of sound economic recovery after the pandemic, supported by the continued success of the "Expo 2020 Dubai" activities.
Ibrahim Ahli, Director of Investment Promotion Department at Dubai Investments Development Corporation, said that Dubai enjoys a vibrant digital economy that supports all sectors, and continues to attract the most prominent global names and international companies, as well as emerging local.
He added that the city has developed a strategy to enhance the digital business environment, by supporting the development of digital companies, and attracting leading companies in the sector.
He stressed that the opening of the Soft Serve office in Dubai will contribute to meeting the needs of a wide base of dealers, indicating that it is a testament to the effectiveness of the city's strategic direction.
He said, "We will continue to strive to meet the exact requirements of business partners, so that Dubai will always remain among the most prominent centers of the digital economy in the world."
In turn, Executive Vice President of SoftServe, Vladimir Semenation, said: “We are pleased to offer our expertise to meet the growing demand for software development and digital transformation in the Middle East.
As we look forward to building sustainable and long-term relationships with customers and providing them with the latest technical solutions and services, our local presence represents a pioneering step to develop our business in the most important markets in the region.”
He added, "Our office in Dubai will work to develop our institutional relationships with customers, through distinguished innovations in artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud infrastructure, and digital banking solutions."
Technical fields of work
Technical fields of work
SoftServe operates through strategic partnerships with Amazon, Google Cloud, Microsoft, Salesforce, and VMware.
It specializes in artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, analytics, cloud, experiment design, cybersecurity, innovation, experiment platforms, extended reality, and the Internet of Things.
The company serves sectors as diverse as the healthcare, life sciences, financial services, oil and gas, media, entertainment, and manufacturing industries.
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