Recently, Zoho Corp., a leading global technology company, has announced plans to boost investment in Saudi Arabia in 2023 to drive forward businesses’ digital transformation and contribute to the Kingdom’s rapid technological development. The announcement was made on the sidelines of Zoho’s participation at LEAP, one of the biggest technology events taking place in Riyadh.
Industry sources added that as part of the investment plans, Zoho will be inaugurating its first office in Riyadh in addition to its current office in Jeddah, and continue hiring local talent. Zoho is set to step up collaboration with local government entities that lead the Saudi Vision 2030 to contribute to the local economic sustainability and digitization agenda.
Industry sources also confirmed that as a part of the investment plans, Zoho will be opening its first office in Riyadh in addition to its current office in Jeddah, and continue hiring local talent. Zoho is set to step up collaboration with local government entities that lead the Saudi Vision 2030 to contribute to the local economic sustainability and digitization agenda.
“Saudi Arabia remains among our top, fastest-growing markets in the Middle East and Africa region. The ambitious agenda set forth by its leadership is transforming the country into an economic powerhouse and an attractive business environment—with technology being a key component driving these efforts,” said Hyther Nizam, President Zoho Corporation, Middle East and Africa (MEA). “Over the next year, we aim to continue leading the way in the MEA to make Saudi Arabia our number one market in the region, while allocating necessary resources to help achieve the goals of Vision 2030 by lowering the technical barriers to entry for the business community.”
“Zoho remains committed to creating value for local business communities by offering bespoke solutions and an unparalleled customer experience, all while being anchored to our global roots through a ‘transnational localism’ strategy. We have done so by ensuring product compliance with market requirements, language adaptation, and an unwavering commitment towards data privacy in line with local data protection laws,” Nizam added.
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