Aramex launches Dh55 million records management facility

DUBAI — Aramex, the largest courier services company in the Middle East, yesterday launched its Dh55-million InfoFort facility at Jebel Ali to serve an expanding client base on document management.

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Published: Thu 24 Apr 2008, 10:13 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 11:43 AM

“Through innovative record management solutions, the company has already enhanced the operational efficiency of thousands of business groups and banks across the region,” it said in a statement yesterday.

Aramex acquired InfoFort in 2005 and DocMan in 2006 to take advantage of the needs of companies in the Middle East to outsource the management of their data storage, including physical and digital archiving requirements.

The facility’s reach will extend across the Gulf countries and the bigger Middle East and North African region. It is tasked to take care of InfoFort’s network of records management centres in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar. Ibrahim Al Janahi, senior vice-president for commercial sales at the Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (Jafza), stressed that documents and records require careful attention especially in a region that sets high standards for its business community.

“The opening of this new facility is a clear indication of the preparedness by the company to take on bigger challenges and look for wider markets,” said Al Janahi, who inaugurated the new facility.



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