In the public sector, technology has many goals chief among them are openness, security and analytics. Government must provide increasing amounts of self-service activity for citizens, from paying fees to accessing information. Today, people demand more from government services than ever before—and they want agencies to provide it across every device they own.


Today, technology is part of the pulse of modern healthcare. Everyone involved in patient care and management—doctors and nurses, technicians and admin staff—depends on technology to communicate with patients, collaborate with colleagues, and comply with the regulations that protect patient privacy and provide data security.


Education faces technology pressure from all sides. The challenge is complex. How do you deliver mobile and blended education, particularly when students may elect to use a variety of devices?


Technology + regulations are unlocking the banking value chain and how a bank acts now will shape its future to lose or win.Open Banking is evolving the industry toward hyper-relevant, platform-based distribution and enabling banks to expand their ecosystems and extend their reach. Those that treat it as an opportunity vs. a threat will position themselves for a thriving, open, digital future.

Oil and Gas

Enabled by low feedstock costs and large-scale capacity expansion in recent decades, the petrochemical sector is the second pillar of the Saudi economy. Chemical exports, of which petrochemicals command the largest share, represent 35 percent of non-oil exports.

Small and Mid-Market

Small and mid-size enterprises (SMEs) that maintain revenues, assets, or a number of employees below a certain threshold. Each country has its own definition of what constitutes a small and medium-sized enterprise. Certain size criteria must be met and occasionally the industry in which the company operates is taken into account.