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Deloitte Launches Jordan Digital Center to Provide Clients With a Range of Tech Solutions

Deloitte has launched the Jordan Digital Center (JDC), the Amman based state-of-the-art facility. It provides professional consulting, digital and technology services to clients across the Middle East market. The launch of JDC is a strategic move in the growth plans of the professional services organisation, scaling up its investment in local talent and delivering impact to clients.

The launch event was held under the patronage of HRH Crown Prince of Jordan, Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, who said: “The launch of the Deloitte Jordan Delivery Center is a great example of leading international companies investing in Jordan’s talent. It further strengthens Jordan’s position as a regional and international digital hub. The centre will provide learning, development, and growth opportunities that will help our youth succeed in the digital age.”

The JDC will offer clients a range of technology solutions. These range from digital transformation, data and analytics, human capital, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), advertising, marketing and e-commerce. The center will tailor client specific solutions to address a wide range of challenges. Challenges facing the regional public and private sectors.

“The Jordan Digital Center expands Deloitte’s presence in the digital and technology space in the region, following the launch of the Deloitte Digital Center in Riyadh and the Deloitte Digital Studio in Dubai. JDC will enhance our offerings of high-quality professional service. It will enable us to continue to provide world class business solutions to a wider range of clients across the Middle East,” said Rashid Bashir, CEO of consulting at Deloitte Middle East.

“This state-of-the-art digital centre represents an exciting opportunity for growth for the regional business ecosystem and I’m looking forward to hearing about the centre’s future success stories. Over the next few years, we expect JDC to be home for about 350 professionals. They will play an active role in the work we’re doing. Especially for some of the most iconic projects that we run across our key regional markets,” he added.

Committing to the future

In addition to expanding Deloitte’s presence in the digital and technology space, the JDC will also be focused on recruiting and nurturing local and international talent. The launch renews Deloitte’s commitment to the future of Jordan and its youth. Furthermore, it provides opportunities for learning, development, and growth. These will help develop the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the digital age.”

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  • Francis is a journalist and our lead LatAm correspondent, with a BA in Classical Civilization, he has a specialist interest in North and South America.

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