SoftServe, a leading global digital authority and consulting company, has opened a new office in Dubai as part of its initiative to support the rapidly expanding user base in the Middle East.
SoftServe has been supporting customers in the region since 2018, delivering solutions for large conglomerate customers in the retail, finance, and energy sectors. As a developing and dynamic hub for investment with a growing population and considerable opportunity for activity in the non-oil sectors, the Middle East plays a crucial role in SoftServe’s growth strategy. The new office is located at Building No. 16, Dubai Internet City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
“We are excited to bring our expertise to meet the growing demand for software development and digital transformation in this region,” says Volodymyr Semenyshyn, Executive Vice President EMEA at SoftServe. “Our new Dubai office will allow us to better support and develop our customers with innovations around AI, machine learning, cloud-based solutions, and digital banking solutions. As we look ahead to building long-term and sustainable relationships across the Middle East while providing the latest technological solutions and services, our local presence is an evolutionary step in developing key markets in this region.”
Dubai’s reputation as a leading center for research and development in emerging industries is well known for its broad acceptance of new technologies. The growing demand for IT services in the Middle East, combined with SoftServe’s proven track record in retail, financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, and oil and gas presents exciting opportunities to expand the company’s portfolio with new enterprise accounts.
SoftServe’s new office in Dubai will offer customers a full range of services, from advisory and consulting to onsite project management, implementation, and ongoing support. In addition to business development, the office will also employ software developers. The Dubai office will be a place for frequent business trips, as close business relations and personal contacts are an important part of the culture in the region. In total, 150 business trips of the company’s representatives to the UAE took place during 2019-2020.