G42 Cloud and Tahaluf Al Emarat, a UAE based solution provider focused on application transformations have expanded their strategic alliance announcing collaboration to provide next generation applications and SaaS services to the enterprises & government entities in the UAE and across key International markets.
Through the cooperation, G42 Cloud and Tahaluf Al Emarat aim to provide secure and reliable SaaS solutions to enterprises and government entities in the areas of process as well as content & people management including “Maestro”, Tahaluf’s low-code/ no-code business automation platform.
The cooperation will enable parties to leverage the full power of both platforms, driving innovation and building intelligent, state of the art customer applications. This further aims to improve organisations & governments productivity allowing them to focus on their customers and citizens not their tools, the company said.
The signing took place at the MWC conference in Barcelona, Spain, where both companies were present to showcase their international offerings to enterprise and government participants from various countries. The agreement was signed by Talal Al Kaissi, CEO of G42 Cloud, and Yahia Alhami CEO of Tahaluf Al Emarat.
“The signing of a MoU with G42 Cloud encourages a mutually-beneficial relationship in the best interest of both companies. Tahaluf al Emarat and G42 Cloud will benefit from the exchange of knowledge and experiences through mutual collaboration. This MoU will help us identify opportunities to cooperate, and allow us to share best practices in our core business operations leveraging G42s cloud platform,” said Yahia Alhami, CEO of Tahaluf Al Emarat.
“Partnering with Tahaluf Al Emarat allows G42 Cloud to add innovative home-grown UAE solutions to our offerings on our UAE cloud and serve them to various stakeholders. We look forward to this partnership and are confident that it will enable us to build on our existing capabilities and drive digital transformation across a wide spectrum of industries domestically and abroad,” said Talal Al Kaissi, CEO, G42 Cloud.