Elm, a leading digital solutions company, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with NeXplain Solutions, a Spanish company that specializes in providing smart business solutions and digital consulting.
The partnership marks the beginning of a dynamic partnership that fosters effective technological and consulting services. The partnership serves as a roadmap for collaboration to provide a framework for the development of cooperation and the exchange of expertise in delivering effective digital and consulting services.
This concerted effort is poised to propel digital transformation and create business development prospects for both entities across the African and European markets.
Under this MoU, both parties aim to explore opportunities for creating and advancing pioneering digital solutions and tailored consulting services that cater to the requirements of governmental bodies in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.
The collaboration includes the formulation of a short and long-term action plan, delineating precise goals and strategies to fully harness the potential within the specified markets, focusing on domains including digital transformation, e-governance, digital identification, and online taxation.
Mr. Majid Alarifi, the official spokesperson and VP of Marketing at Elm, said that, “Expanding into global markets is vital for the success and growth of Elm. This collaboration is a fresh opportunity to foster inventive digital solutions that effectively tackle present and upcoming challenges in previously unexplored markets, including Europe. The agreement with NeXplain Solutions SL presents us with an exceptional chance to leverage their expertise and ethos in the realm of digital transformation.”
“We remain steadfast in our dedication to cultivating enduring associations with our clients and pivotal collaborators. Our rich history stands as the bedrock upon which we will continue to achieve greater triumphs and play a significant role in propelling the digital transformation across these regions,” Mr. Alarifi further added.