PSUT graduate Amal Al-Saadi is among winning team of the Apps UP Innovation Contest, 2020
The AMAN application has won the MEA App of the Year award. The app was presented by a team that included Princess Sumaya University for Technology alumnus Amal Al-Saadi as part of Huawei’s annual Apps UP Innovation Contest in 2020.
The President of PSUT, Professor Mashhoor Al-Refai, congratulated the winner, praising her efforts, perseverance and keenness to develop her talents. He stated that the University, under the directives of HRH Princess Sumaya Bint El Hassan, Chair of its Board of Trustees, supports its students and graduates and provides them with a fertile environment to achieve excellence in every possible way.
Al-Refai added that PSUT is proud of its noble mission in the service of humanity, which it seeks to instill in its students, and that it does not lose contact with its graduates, but rather seeks to support them in every forum that may serve to advance their country.
Al-Saadi, who holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, praised the role of PSUT and its administration in motivating graduates, affirming that it spares no effort in opening up before them horizons of global communication.
Al-Saadi added that her relationship with PSUT is ongoing, as she is one of the founding members of the University's Alumni Club. She stated that the award is important to her because the Huawei platform has more than 4.5 million developers worldwide.
Al-Saadi is an entrepreneur, a technical consultant in the IT sector, and the founder of VineTechs for Digital Solutions. She is currently working as a mobile architect consultant at Orange Jordan, and is writing a book in the field of blockchain technology.