India’s NineHertz to provide digital transformation solutions in UAE

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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NineHertz, a leading IT solutions company in India, has launched digital technology solutions to provide more value to its customers in UAE.

The company has been working on digital transformation projects in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) regions to develop the NFT marketplace, AR & VR, Blockchain, and Metaverse apps. NineHertz has achieved a new era in digital transformation with its services and development strategies.

The company noted that the rapid advancements in digital infrastructure due to globalization and interconnectedness have prompted the MENA to incorporate digitization across the business, government, and private settings.

In the future, digital transformation will continue to evolve and cover a variety of existing aspects, but the technologies that are currently in demand by the public are the Internet of Things, Blockchain, NFT, Cryptocurrency, Cloud, and Big Data.

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“Enabling smart technology such as IoT, AR, VR, and Metaverse to achieve organizational flexibility and mobility has accelerated digital transformation across professional settings. These technological advances are causing a surge in business models and value chains. To ensure healthy growth, businesses must continue to invest in digital transformation and integration and increase revenue pools.”

The NineHertz has adapted the development of high-quality, AI-enabled, innovative, and robust software solutions for quick business transformation by prioritizing innovation.

According to reports, the growing demand for digital transformation solutions in the MENA region has been bolstered by real-time analytics and the consolidation of commerce, marketing, and sales onto a single platform.

Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic has fueled the urge for digital growth, particularly in the banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) domain, and rising demand for video-on-demand services.

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