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Thiruvananthapuram, April 12 (IANS) Technopark-based Triassic Solutions Pvt Ltd (TSPL)is all set to empower young people in Saudi Arabia in the IT field. In a statement Friday, the firm said it had signed an MoU toward this with Salamah Consulting Engineering(SaCEn) in Saudi Arabia.
"With this MOU, SaCEn would like to reinstate its commitment in working closely with TSPL to empower Saudi Arabia's youth in IT for engineering and related services and to successfully contribute to the ambitious master plan of industrialization, which is a core of the economic growth of the Kingdom for next six to seven years", said Salamah S. Al-Anizi, director and CEO, SaCEn.
Al-Anizi added that IT plays a vital role in various fields.
"The Kingdom's government exerts lots of efforts to activate the role of IT in various fields, so that the Kingdom's society can cope up with the latest developments in IT enabled products and services as well as supporting the creation of job opportunities. This is possible by helping innovative and creative youth and encouraging them to access the stage of technical competitiveness in local and global markets," added Al-Anizi.
TSPL, that opened in 2004, specialises in providing IT-related engineering services and products across diverse verticals like industrial efficiency and performance management, transportation and retail.
According to the director and chief technology officer of TSPL, Aneesh Suhail, this new initiative with the Saudi firm is valid for two years and through which its global expertise of combining IT with engineering along with SaCEn's advanced engineering services shall be made available.
"This agreement is of great importance as it will help the Kingdom to accelerate one of its important objectives which is helping young people find creative solutions to community problems and building an economy based on innovative technologies," said Suhail.