Soltius Middle East (ME), a division of YASH Technologies, has recently announced that it is adopting YASH Technologies Middle East as its corporate identity. As one of the region’s most prominent technology solutions and services providers with a presence across all GCC countries and Africa, the latest identity will further boost its commitment to serving the requirements of its clients in this digital age.
This changed identity will be reflected instantly and all the organization’s communications throughout the calendar year of 2022 and beyond will reflect the same. However, the shipping and billing addresses and tax identification will remain unchanged.
Industry sources added that in 2016, Soltius ME was acquired by YASH Technologies. Operating as Soltius ME- Division of YASH Technologies, it has grown in size and stature to emerge as the ‘Digital Partner of choice’ of discerning businesses in the region. Apart from highly regarded SAP transformation skills, it has come to be recognized as a leader in addressing the business needs of Healthcare, Oil and Gas, Government, Process Manufacturing, Higher Education, and Retail verticals
Bala Navuluri, Global COO, YASH Technologies, stated, “We are delighted that Soltius ME has emerged as the technology services provider that organizations in the region trust for addressing some of the most complex digital transformation challenges. We are at an inflection point in our growth, ramping up our investments in local innovation centers, expanding delivery capabilities, and tapping into the best regional talent. Adopting the new identity will go a long way in strengthening our presence here.”
James Griffin- Managing Director, YASH Technologies Middle East commented: “We are excited to adopt the new identity. Over the last six years, we have combined global services capability with a strong local presence to emerge as trusted transformation partners for some of the largest corporations and government entities in the region. We are expanding our presence by opening new delivery centers and business locations across the GCC, including Cairo and Dammam. New delivery centers in Doha and Muscat will follow,” he added.