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The Saudi Telecom Company (STC), represented by STC Business, will be unveiling a variety of ICT digitization enabling platforms - essential to achieving the Kingdom's Vision 2030 transformation objectives - during its participation at GITEX 2017 in Dubai between 8-12 October, 2017.

Digitization in the public and private sector has increased the efficiency of the way government services are delivered to the public, with almost all services available online and the way retailers engage consumers in the Kingdom, with almost anything available for online delivery. Digitization at the heart of achieving the Kingdom's Vision 2030 objectives, a key component of which is increasing the contribution of small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) from 20% to 35%.

According to the General Authority for Statistics, each year, out of over one million small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs), around 100,000 small businesses embark on expanding to become medium sized enterprises.

"Digitization is essential to the scalability and management of any expansion activity in the public or private sector. Well constructed online services or e-commerce services become popular very quickly. So that they stay popular, you need to match your ICT requirements so that you continue to provide a secure and responsive online experience, in a trusted and highly available manner," said Dr. Tarig M. Enaya, STC Senior Vice President of Enterprise.

"The STC cloud, its portfolio of managed services and its state of the art Internet of Things (IoT) platforms provides the agility needed for a scalable expansion, increases the reach of any online experience and allows organizations to manage that growth by always having the right information at the right moment," he added.

"If you want to learn more about how we can help you achieve this scalability and growth, come visit us at GITEX," he added.

STC Business, the national operator's enterprise focused business unit, delivers ICT solutions and services tailored towards the needs and requirements of government agencies and small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs), and large corporation through a series of the largest data centers in the Kingdom and a variety of digital, managed and cloud services.