Eljo JP, Director & Chief Business Officer at Finesse, shares his views on the significance of customer retention during difficult times.
Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair & Co., one of the largest franchise retailers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, MENA, Central Asia …
China-based cross-border payment services provider, iPayLinks, has announced its entry into the Middle East fintech space.
Noon has announced it has partnered with Chinese technology company Neolix to trial driverless delivery vehicles.
FarEye has achieved a new milestone following a winning a deal to work with Emirates Post, one of the largest post and parcel service provider in the GCC and Landmark Group.
Mastercard has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), to examine how the company’s pioneering NuDetect solution.
Almost half of UAE CEOs in the retail industry intend to start using artificial intelligence (AI) in the next two years, as they are increasingly influenced by technology to enhance the retail store experience for customers.
Noon’s vision extends beyond that of being a pure play retailer. “We want to be a high performing consumer Internet provider,” said Khalid. “But we’re very aware that we can’t do this alone, and we need to bring on board partners and local startups to accelerate this journey.”
Speaking at the Seamless Middle East forum in Dubai today, Ronaldo Mouchawar, CEO and founder of Souq.com, said that the $580 million Amazon acquisition in 2017 put the UAE at the forefront of technology innovation, but there is still much to be done in the region’s e-commerce space.
The Middle East region is going through an exciting phase, with the UAE claiming 15th rank in the Euromonitor International’s Digital Consumer Index 2017 and highest among emerging markets, underlining the government’s commitment to transforming the society and the industries digitally and seamlessly for the future.