Princess Sumaya University for Technology has received software applications related to the management of human resources at the University from Al Muthla Software Services (MenaItech). This gift came through an agreement signed by the President of the University, Prof. Mashhoor Al-Refai, and the founder and CEO of the company, Dr. Bashar Hawamdeh. The agreement was signed in the presence of PSUT's Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Prof. Mohammad Sababheh, and the University's Administrative Director, Murad Alyan.
The agreement also provides for the empowerment, preparation and training of PSUT employees to use, maintain and update these applications in line with the laws and legislations regulating the University.
Prof. Al-Refai thanked the company for its gift, praising its excellent pioneering work in the field of management and business software, and affirmed the University’s keenness, under the guidance of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, Chair of its Board of Trustees, that the University’s excellence is reflected in all its administrative work through the use of the best human capital management programs.
Al-Refai added that PSUT is seeking to incorporate the applications created by the company into its administrative work chain in order to complete its digital transformation in all its services and activities. He also said that he was hoping that the agreement will result in a number of joint projects with the company.
For his part, Dr. Hawamdeh expressed his happiness at visiting PSUT and concluding the agreement, saying, "We believe in the importance of joint work and concerted efforts, and we are proud of our partnership with the University in enabling it to benefit from the company's solutions in the field of human resources that have been built up over more than 17 years of experience."
Al Muthla Software Services is one of the most prominent HR services and solutions companies in the region, with extensive experience as a leading provider of HR technology solutions serving more than 2,500 companies and 700 cloud computing clients in the Middle East and North Africa.