Telecommunications is possibly the “hottest” noun in the human vocabulary. Smartphones, ipads, laptops, PDAs who can live without them and what’s next? These gadgets have become household names around the world and furthermore an absolute necessity for any businessman living in the 21st century. But, like anything, toys break too, and boom… their goes the central nervous system of enterprises.
However, according to the CEO of Technology Control Company Ltd.
Faisal Al-Mousa, the key lies in mastering the technology instead of allowing it to control the business. For this reason, he explains, TCC
was established to provide state-of-the-art solutions based on leading industry methodologies and frameworks through pragmatic and realistic approaches that address clients needs and fears. In fact, Mr. Al-Mousa argues that this approach increases the company’s efficiency and generates more value for their clients.
Possibly one of the two biggest milestones thus far for this young and promising company lays in its execution of data mining, through which, explains the CEO, “the company aims to transfer data into information and information into knowledge.” “And in return,” he adds, “help decision makers run their business.”
|“THE COMPANY AIMS TO TRANSFER DATA INTO INFORMATION, AND INFORMATION INTO KNOWLEDGE... AND HELP DECISION MAKERS RUN THEIR BUSINESS.” |
CEO of Technology Control Company LTD.
However, in an ever demanding world, TCC even offers more by taking secrecy to the next level through developing a groundbreaking system for encrypting communications at the highest standards of 265 bits.
With this duo of ICT bodyguards protecting its clients, it seems that not even the highest level of hacking can get through to other side of the gadget screen. Therefore, it’s no doubt that major ICT giants, like IBM and Oracle, have chosen to partner with the Saudi company. Its reliability and efficiency make TCC the company of choice to help foreign investors pilot the virtually untapped region, and the up and coming market of Saudi Arabia that represents 40% of the Middle East’s buying power.
That’s not all though, “the mentality Saudi Arabia has adopted over the years is one of transforming the state into a knowledge based economy as well as a logistics hub,” confirms Mr. Al-Mousa. He says, “74% of Saudi Arabia’s population is less than 29 years of age. There has been a large growth in the laptop industry in the country, and with the usage of iPads and PDA’s, I think we can achieve this target in less than 20 years.” Mr. Al-Mousa is not alone as he adds that the government has embarked on this initiative and is even building more facilities to ensure that Saudi Arabia is geared towards the age of technology.
With this in mind, it’s clear that TCC is thinking big and therefore, has adopted its mission along the lines of the countries aspirations: “to be the leading Information Technology Company in the Middle East by the year 2015, affecting our clients and their business positively by providing the highest levels of service and continuous improvements.”
Therefore, in the words of the Winston Churchill: “Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.”