UAE tech company Arrow Labs expands its services into Greece

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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UAE-based technology company Arrow Labs has entered the Greek market through a significant new contract with one of the world’s largest industrial gas manufacturing company.

The market entry and contract are the latest steps in Arrow Labs’ expansion of its flagship enterprise SaaS software solutions to improve remote employee workflow to the wider European market, having already commenced new partnerships in Poland.

The company is also planning further European expansion in the near future, including Italy, Romania, and Turkey.

Rami Darwish
Rami Darwish
CEO – Arrow Labs

“Our current growth is very strong, and we are delighted to enter the Greek market working with another global leader. Our MIMS workflow solutions help companies with highly complex operations to streamline activity and realize optimum efficiency. Adding industrial gas manufacturing and supply to our list of sectors served shows how our workflow and asset management software solutions are adaptable to many different work environments. Greece is the second European market we have entered, and we look forward to growing our geographic footprint with our new, global client.”

Arrow Labs will support the gas manufacturer’s operations in Greece with its cutting-edge workflow management platform, MIMS.

“Solutions include the AI-powered MIMS optimization suite, workflow management engine, and the asset management, duty, work order management, and SLA monitoring modules – to improve performance in the customer’s engineering service and compliance business areas,” according to the company.

Arrow Labs is backed by various international and regional investors, including a recent endorsement by the renowned American investor, Mr. Tim Draper, in the company’s $5 million Series A fundraise, which was one of Mr. Draper’s earliest investments in the MENA region.

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