Saudi Ministry of Investment, tech firm Endava sign MoU to propel digitalization efforts

Saudi Arabia’s digital advancement will soon accelerate thanks to a new agreement signed by the Kingdom’s Ministry of Investment with global tech company Endava.

The memorandum of understanding with the London-based firm, which is publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange, will see both entities collaborate to offer Saudi organizations a swift path to impactful digital transformation, according to a statement.

This falls in line with the ministry’s ongoing effort to enable international firms to establish operations in the Kingdom, supporting a tech shift in line with Saudi Vision 2030.

“We commend the ministry on the work it is doing to afford global-leading technology companies like Endava an unmissable opportunity to actively shape the digital future of Saudi Arabia at this critical inflection point in the Kingdom’s advancement,” Managing Director of MENA Endava David Boast said.

“Our partnership with them is further validation of Endava’s unwavering commitment to Saudi Arabia and its people,” Boast added.