Saudi’s Tabadul unveils new strategy to digitally transform logistic sector

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Saudi Electronic Information Exchange Company (TABADUL) which provides innovative digital and fintech services to the business and logistics sectors, has unveiled its new strategy, Beyond.

The over-arching strategy cements Tabadul’s position as the cornerstone of Saudi Arabia’s logistics value chain that will drive the digital transformation of the sector across the region.

The new strategy will strengthen collaboration with stakeholders from both the public and private sectors to highlight the true value of synergy that will transform the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia into a regional role model in logistics operations efficiency and a facilitator of the regional and global trade system.

Majed Al-Otaibi
Majed Al-Otaibi

“The new strategy demonstrates the company’s continuous growth, which underpins its great power as a catalyst of technology-driven change as it continues its mission to turn challenges into opportunities, thereby creating successful solutions. It will chart new horizons for sustainable growth that will help Tabadul provide top-notch digital solutions while continuing to engage in collaborative activities with both government and business sectors, guided by the Kingdom’s astute leadership. In doing this, Tabadul works toward enhancing the digital transformation towards a sustainable digital economy, in line with the goals of Saudi Vision 2030, aspiring to transform Saudi Arabia into a leading global logistics hub.”

Through its strategy Beyond, Tabadul adopts a tactical vision and mission with clear goals. The strategy will help Tabadul achieve inclusive growth through strengthening supply chain e-services, expanding its current product portfolio catering to the governmental and business sectors as well as the financial services sector, and providing innovative technical solutions to improve efficiency, increase transparency, and drive revenue for all the sectors in its ecosystem.

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