Time: October 08, 2018
Enstoa, a leading systems integrator for capital projects worldwide, has been selected by the Qiddiya Investment Company (QIC) to provide a fully integrated program management information system for the Qiddiya project.
The Qiddiya project is set to become the epicentre of entertainment, sports, culture and the arts in Saudi Arabia.
Enstoa is currently recruiting talented Saudi nationals passionate about technology and effectuating change, with a background in digital transformations, to support the project, the company said. Those interested in learning more can visit https://enstoa.com/careers.
Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 aspires to create a vibrant society and an ambitious nation. Qiddiya – a Giga-project established to support Vision 2030, is set to become a prominent cultural landmark and an important hub to satisfy and meet the recreational, social, and cultural needs of the current and next generation in the kingdom. The project will enable economic diversification while enhancing quality of life for all segments of Saudi society.
“Qiddiya will be a destination unlike any other, and is all about innovation, technology and inspiring Saudi talent,” said QIC CEO Michael Reininger. “The fact that Enstoa is committed to supporting a local workforce is incredibly important to us. We want to partner with innovative cutting-edge technology providers, but we also want to ensure our vision to support and encourage Saudi youth in these fields, becomes a reality. We at Qiddiya ardently support Enstoa’s efforts for local recruitment to enable both our success and theirs.
“Enstoa has worked in the kingdom since 2013 and we’re honoured to be a part of Vision 2030. We are a people first company and excited that our Enstoa Saudi team is growing with amazing Saudi talent who want their passion and effort to have lasting impact on the kingdom’s future,” said Enstoa CEO Jordan Cram. “The pace at which change is taking place in Saudi Arabia is unprecedented, and Enstoa is ready to deliver in stride.”
Qiddiya aims to provide world-class entertainment options inside the kingdom, allowing the domestic economy to recapture a market share of the $13 billion spent annually by Saudis on entertainment and leisure outside the country. Located 40 km from downtown Riyadh, the Saudi capital, Qiddiya has five cornerstones that frame content, offerings and the overall development strategy for the project: Nature & Environment; Sports & Wellness; Parks & Attractions; Motion & Mobility; and Arts & Culture.
The entertainment destination, which broke ground on April 28, 2018, is set to open its first phase in 2022.
This article was first published in Trade Arabia
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