Transtek Systems signs alliance agreement with KPMG Lower Gulf

Transtek Systems signs alliance agreement with KPMG Lower Gulf

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Transtek Systems signs alliance agreement with KPMG Lower Gulf

Transtek Systems and KPMG Lowe Gulf have announced signing an alliance agreement with KPMG. The new alliance will see the two companies introduce Transtek’s cutting-edge software, Mojodat, and enhance the Tangible Assets Management offering to their clients.

Husam Khaskieh, CEO of Transtek Systems, commented that “Mojodat has become the software of choice for fixed assets management in the UAE, GCC, and the wider MENA. We are proud of supporting some of our region’s biggest companies, and committed to continue serving the fast-growing Enterprise Fixed Assets software market.” Khaskieh added, “we’re pleased to have this alliance with KPMG Lower Gulf and to support the clients of a regional leader in the fixed assets management practice.”

Firoz Ali Ghadyaly, Advisory Director, who is leading the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution at KPMG Lower Gulf, commented that KPMG is “one of the leading service providers of the EAM solution globally.” He added that KPMG is pleased to sign an alliance agreement with its technology partner, Transtek, to provide the Tangible Assets Management As-A-Service to our mutual clients in the Middle East. The As-A-Service (outsourcing) model will cover all elements of people, process, technology, and advisory with Transtek’s Mojodat Assets management and tracking software.”

Transtek Systems is an enterprise software company whose product Mojodat is a market leader in fixed assets lifecycle management, maintenance, and inventory. Mojodat is implemented at hundreds of sites in over 30 countries with clients in multiple sectors, including oil and gas, banking, government, municipalities, education, hospitality, logistics, real estate, and others. It works with major organizations like ADNOC, (add more)

KPMG Lower Gulf is part of KPMG International Cooperative’s global network of professional member firms. The KPMG network includes approximately 236,000 professionals in over 144 countries around the world. KPMG was the first major firm of its kind to organize itself along industry lines—a structure which enables us to develop in-depth knowledge of our clients’ businesses and provide them with an informed perspective.

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