STS opens new branch in Erbil

Company has offices in Dubai, Bahrain, Riyadh, Ramallah and Amman
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STS has opened its offices in Erbil, Iraq, to service its clients with technical assistance and presales services. The company has six offices in the region, which includes offices in Dubai, Bahrain, Riyadh, as well as Ramallah and the headquarters in Amman, Jordan.

The opening of the new offices, which are located on the 6th floor of tower MRF 2A, will enable STS to provide information systems solutions and information communications and technology (ICT) solutions to organisations and companies in Erbil in various sectors of the industry.

“STS believes that the ICT sector is moving towards playing a significant role in Erbil and the region in the coming years as the region works on developing its infrastructure into a community anchored on sustainable knowledge,” said the company in a statement.

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