Exceed IT Services, a leading regional IT service provider, has launched IBDAA, a remarkable nationalization initiative in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf.
The IBDAA campaign is an initiative that specializes in two areas: training and guiding national fresh graduates to launch a career in IT, and supporting local entrepreneurship efforts.
By providing hands-on business and technical training on enterprise technologies, Exceed will be helping trainees lay the groundwork for a successful career in IT.
Upon completion oftraining, top achievers will be encouraged to start their own company and complete an entrepreneurship track. All candidates will have earned the certifications and experience to land excellent jobs in a competitive market.
“There are a substantial number of nationals who are seeking specific IT jobs or have innovative business ideas. Through IBDAA, we endeavour to provide the KSA national community with a platform to build and fulfill their dreams,” said Exceed IT Services General Manager, Ahmad Chayati.
Through this and other initiatives, Exceed aims to expand its services base in KSA and around the region.“It is our pleasure to bring our remarkable licensing and services to Riyadh. We take great pride in our quality services andthrough this milestone, we look forward to being closer to our clients,” said Omar Wazzan, Exceed’s Licensing Services Lead.
Exceed wasrecently appointed by Microsoft as its Licensing Solutions Partner in KSA, and is authorized to supply large organizations with Microsoft volume licensing agreements.
Asa Microsoft Gold partner, Exceed has come a long way in the past decade, since its inception in 2001. Exceed has 9 Gold Microsoft Competencies and 3 Silver Microsoft Competencies, and received Partner of the Year award from Microsoft in 2012. This year, Exceed has received recognition awards from governmental organizations in the UAE, as well as Partner of the Year awards from Dell and Qlik.