Naseej Promotes the Role of Higher Education in Regional Economic Development at Ellucian Live Middle East 2013
Dubai, UAE, December 8–10, 2013
Naseej – the Arab world's leader in Knowledge Management Solutions and a Success “Najah” Partner to Ellucian, the global leader in providing technology solutions for higher education institutions – participated in Ellucian’s Live Middle East 2013 learning network, held December 8–10 at Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai, UAE.
One of the largest communities of its kind in the Arab world, Ellucian Live Middle East 2013 gathered together more than 500 decision makers and policy influencers from across the region who are dedicated to helping create new possibilities for higher education institutions and the students they serve.
Naseej presented its latest initiatives, services and solutions, and elaborated on its future strategies, which include continued collaboration with Ellucian. Its cutting-edge technologies, which are designed to enable academic institutions in the Arab world to contribute effectively to the region’s economic development, were recognized at the conference when Naseej client Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University won an award for its successful implementation of Naseej’s student services portal, which is based on Ellucian’s Luminis Platform.
Naseej VP Eng. Abdullah Al Turaifi stressed the importance of Ellucian Live, saying: "Higher education institutions are recognizing that strategic and innovative use of technology can help them address the unique challenges of the region and contribute more to the region's workforce and economic development. We have discussed our professional development strategies with Ellucian, and we have agreed on the necessary requirements to activate them in the region. Primarily, we are to set up a professional training center where graduates will be offered specialized coaching in the use of Ellucian products. This will enrich the region with capable individuals equipped with state-of-the-art products and solutions that serve higher education."