Amman, Jordan, June 26, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Vardot, an award-winning web solutions provider and the largest Drupal solutions provider in the Middle East, has announced today the expansion of its Middle Eastern operations with the opening of an office in Nasr City, a district of Cairo, Egypt. The new Cairo office capitalizes on local talented software developers who will work together with the Amman-based headquarters to provide professional Drupal services and web solutions to a wide array of organizations around the world.
The expansion of operations through the new Cairo team and Amman headquarters optimizes internal workflow, resulting in greater capacity to serve Vardot clients around the world. The additional capacity allows Vardot to deliver quality enterprise-level Drupal-based web solutions in a shorter time frame. With this expansion, Vardot plans to add more world-class organizations to its already distinguished client base, which includes Al Jazeera, Georgetown University, The Royal Hashemite Court, and the United Nations.
Vardot also looks forward to increasing the number of its code contributions to the Drupal project and the open-source community. In addition, Vardot aims to empower the Drupal community in Egypt, and Middle East in general by hosting specialized Drupal training programs for the community, as part of its ongoing training partnership with Acquia. One such training initiative is ‘Hello Drupal!’, a free introductory training workshop targeting developers who want to learn hands-on how to build enterprise websites using Drupal.
The new Cairo office is located at 12 Ibn Al Nafeis Street, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt. For more information, please visit their website, and contact them via email or call +962 6 581 7612.
Vardot is a leading Drupal solution provider headquartered in Amman, Jordan with regional offices in Cairo, Egypt, and Santa Clara, CA. Vardot's enterprise Drupal solutions have been successfully deployed across a wide range of industry sectors with satisfied customers including Georgetown University in Qatar, Al Jazeera, Makarem Hotels, the Jordan Museum, HRH Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II of Jordan, and the United Nations.