SSS Process, a Jordanian-Saudi company specialised in providing e-government services and software solutions, started its operations in Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The company will offer technical advice and logistical support to Arab governments to assist them in investing their assets in the most comprehensive and ideal ways.
The company, which is formed of the Saudi Secure Services Systems and the founder of the Jordanian Le Process, aims at providing Arab governments with e-solutions and to train their staff on these vital services.
In his comment, Khalid al-Taweel, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Company, after the signing of the partnership agreement, expressed his happiness at the creation of the new company. He expected it to achieve huge successes based on the results of studies which revealed the need of the Arab market in general, and the Jordanian market in particular, for such services. Al-Taweel stressed the important role played by the highly specialised companies in the field of e-government technology.
He added that the creation of SSS Process responds to the new trend adopted by most of the Arab countries to benefit from modern technologies in finding electronic solutions to procedures and services in order to help citizens and to keep pace with the information revolution witnessed all over the world.
For his part, Chief Executive Officer of the company, Alaa Ensheiwat, noted that the new company is a model of Arab integration in the field of technology. He expressed hope that this model covers all areas. “Integrating Jordanian and Saudi expertise in one new entity, expected to achieve local and regional success, is an indicator on the importance of cooperation between Arab companies to accomplish bigger responsibilities,” he added.
Ensheiwat said that: “E-Government projects in the Arab countries have always lacked integrated e-solutions that respond to the expectations and particularities of the region. It is for this reason that these projects have been tumbling and were sometimes delayed, obliging implementers to change the course every now and then.”
“As an Arab specialised company which has closely witnessed obstacles obstructing e-governments’ processes in the region, we decided to join our efforts to fill this vacuum,” said Ensheiwat who pointed out the benefits of the e-government program and its role in improving the performance of governments and their human resources.
“The quick pace of life obliges government institutions, to prepare their electronic portals, enrich them and provide them with the maximum possible level of services. This will make governments achieve the highest standards of efficiency and transparency and guarantee them a better performance,” noted Ensheiwat.'

Ketaki Banga

Ten years of content creation, strategising and managing the big picture. I write across various subjects and media including print, online, documentaries, television, advertising and marketing-communication. Currently, as the editor of SME Advisor Middle East – a magazine for small and medium enterprises – I handle print, online initiatives, magazine events and business development. Prior to this, I worked with ZK McCann Tanzania, handling brand strategy and campaigns in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Malawi for clients such as Celtel (telecom), CRDB (bank), TANESCO (electricity), TTCL (telecom), PSI (Population Services International—an NGO), TCC (Tanzania Cigarette Company), TBL (Tanzania Breweries Limited), Mwananchi and The Citizen newspapers, Coke, Gapco (petrol), Hitachi, and more. In India, besides working with various publications, I was also a lead content developer with Tata Interactive Systems, an e-learning company that caters to top international clients. My job involved understanding instructional design fundamentals to design and develop educational and training content ranging across K-12, university, corporate and government lines of businesses.