Norway’s Crayon opens regional digital transformation office in Saudi Arabia

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Norway-based customer-centric innovation and IT services company, Crayon has opened its regional digital transformation office in Saudi Arabia to meet the growing demand for innovative solutions and the development of local expertise.

This expansion accelerates the adoption of technology in the Kingdom by leveraging Crayon’s global expertise in data and Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Ms. Melissa Mulholland, CEO of Crayon said that, “There is so much power in innovation to drive the greater good and we’re excited to leverage our global success in cloud, software, and data and AI to benefit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

According to the statement, “Crayon’s digital value proposition is tailored to the needs of customers depending on their digital maturity.”

Further, it offers an end-to-end delivery of data platform and AI solution services to solve customers’ problems in key industries like oil and gas, government, and finance.

The company stated that “its global data and AI practice was established in 2014 and has since successfully executed more than 150 AI and machine learning projects worldwide and particularly in the Middle East region across different sectors.”

Mr. Ziad Rizk, CEO of Crayon Middle East & Africa, remarked that, “We are witnessing in Saudi Arabia an incredible and ambitious journey where technology and digital transformation are at the core.”

“We are truly excited for what the future holds for Saudi. We are keen on being part of this journey in helping our customers leverage the power of technology to drive the greater good and we have a strong focus on local talent development that is aligned with Vision 2030,” Mr. Rizk added.

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