Procore opens first office in MENA to reinforce industry commitment

The new office will act as in-region hub for construction technology experts to partner with the industry and help local customers on every stage of their journey with Procore



Published: Mon 26 Sep 2022, 12:18 PM

Procore Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: PCOR), a leading global provider of construction management software, today announced the opening of its first office in the MENA region, located in Dubai’s Internet City, following a successful launch in the region last year. This new office reflects Procore’s long-term investment and commitment to the MENA region, and signifies the company’s continued growth and global expansion.

Mohamed Swidan, Senior Director and Head of (MENA), Procore
Mohamed Swidan, Senior Director and Head of (MENA), Procore

The new workplace will be led by Mohamed Swidan, senior director and head of MENA at Procore. Since 2021, Swidan has hired a team of over 20 people, all based locally, with the technical knowledge and resources to meet customers’ needs across sales, marketing, implementation, customer success and more.

This new regional base will help Procore further deliver on its mission of connecting everyone in construction on a single platform, ultimately enabling owners, general contractors and specialty contractors to build smarter across MENA. The power of Procore to accelerate collaboration, streamline communication and provide real-time visibility into project performance is vital, given construction has become integral to the region’s growth as outlined in the likes of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan.

Swidan said: "I’m delighted we are opening our first Procore office in MENA. Since our launch last year, we’ve demonstrated our commitment to the region and its construction ambitions. The heart of the region's initiatives are based on pillars such as inclusivity, innovation and sustainability – values we believe in wholeheartedly at Procore. We plan on playing an integral role in enabling construction professionals, businesses and the region to realise their potential. Now, with a team on the ground empowered to meet local needs with global resources, we have an even greater opportunity to do so."

Tooey Courtemanche, founder and CEO at Procore, added: "At Procore, we are committed to being a partner to our customers, and not just a software provider. Our new office will enable us to deliver on that partnership promise, and speaks volumes about our dedication to the region and our customers there."

We're always looking for talented new team members from around the globe to help us continue to improve the lives of everyone in construction. Visit Procore.com/jobs to view all of our current openings.


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