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TO THE NEW Expands its Footprint in Middle East

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TO THE NEW Expands its Footprint in Middle East

CEO Insights Team, 0

TO THE NEW, a digital technology firm providing digital transformation and product engineering services, announces the launch of its delivery center in Dubai. Through the new office, the company looks forward to invest in local talent, bring in a region-centric context, and foster collaboration with its clients.

TO THE NEW has been catering to a wide spectrum of clients in the Middle East for over three years now. With offices in India, Dubai, and the US, the company currently serves over 100 customers, including Fortune 500 and Silicon Valley start-ups. Its impressive clientele includes Axiom Telecom, the largest retailer and distributor in the Middle East for mobile phones, tablets & operator services, Seera Group, the largest travel and tourism group in the MENA region, and Network International, a leading enabler of the commerce across the Middle East and Africa region.

Dubai has emerged as a hub for technology innovation and thus makes for the perfect location for our expansion



Betting big on the Middle East, Deepak Mittal, Co-Founder & CEO, TO THE NEW, Says, “Dubai has emerged as a hub for technology innovation and thus makes for the perfect location for our expansion and he also adds that the company will continue to hire more people and plans to expand to a 100 people strong team within 12 months. The company is already having a 30+ member team, consisting of experts in cloud, Data, AI/ML and Micro services.”

“In the Middle East, our clientele ranges from enterprises to product-startups. A local office in Dubai will enable us to provide better account management, delivery and experience to our customers across the UAE and the kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” says Gopesh Verma, Business Unit Head – Middle East, TO THE NEW.

TO THE NEW has been a consistent winner of the ’Great Place to Work’ awards in 2015, 2017,2018 & 2019 and figures in the top 100 companies in India to work for.

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