MenaITech was recognized for supporting the national economy by the Union of Arab Banks during a ceremony organized in cooperation with the Princess Taghrid Institute for Development and Training last Thursday, October 5th, 2017.
HRH Princess Rajwa Bint Ali presented the recognition to Dr. Bashar Hawamdeh, Founder and CEO of MenaITech during the gala dinner and ceremony which was held under the title: Union of Arab Banks’ Innovation and Excellence Awards for Financial Institutions and Entrepreneurs 2017.
The goal of the event was to recognize Jordanian institutions and individuals who have played a unique role in Jordan’s economic development and creation of employment opportunities. MenaITech received the recognition based on an evaluation from a specialized committee made up of Arab and international judges and the research arm of the Union of Arab Bank. The committee decided to recognize MenaITech for its important contributions to the ICT sector and the overall economy through its support of other industries with the latest technology applications. The committee also recognized MenaITech for employing youth in Jordan.
Founder and CEO of MenaITech, Dr. Bashar Hawamdeh reaffirmed the importance of this recognition as it represents MenaITech’s role and contributions in the technology and human resources field in addition to the support it provides to companies and institutions across a variety of economic sectors. He added that this award also represents MenaITech’s active role in employing and training youth in the country.
Hawamdeh said, “Awards and recognitions like this one would not have been possible without the creativity, accomplishments, and talents of our employees and their team spirit since the founding of MenaITech.”
MenaITech has been able to build its reputation over 14 years as a leader in providing human capital information technology. The company serves over 1,700 companies and 400 cloud-computing clients in the Middle East and North Africa region. MenaITech’s portfolio has over 1.5 million users across 25 countries, reinforcing its position as a real innovator and engine of technological development in the region.
The Union of Arab Banks was formed on March 13, 1974, during a meeting of an elite group of Arab banks and management leaders under the umbrella of the Arab Administrative Development Organization. The meeting reached a conclusion to establish an Arab organization working within the framework of the unions emanated from the the Arab League. The Union aims to build and develop banking cooperation for the benefit of economic, financial, and banking development in the Arab world.