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ARAMEXArab American Express (Amman, Jordan)
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Aramex, a global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions, has announced that it will migrate all of its technology infrastructure from the company's on-premises data centers to Amazon Web Services (AWS), in order to increase agility, speed of innovation, and security.
In its first phase of cloud adoption, Aramex has built a data lake, which is hosting a big data infrastructure that leverages machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to further enhance the customer experience by transforming the last mile delivery, said a statement.
Aramex has announced its financial results for the second quarter and first half of the year ending June 30, 2019, with the company's Q2 2019 revenues growing by four per cent to Dh1,279 million, compared to Dh1,232 million in Q2 2018.
Aramex's second quarter revenues grew 4 per cent to Dh1.2 billion in the June quarter compared to Dh1.23 billion.
According to a statement, Aramex's revenues in H1 2019 grew by four percent to AED2,512 million, compared to AED2,422 million for the same period of 2018.
Muscat: Aramex, a leading global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions, has launched a new, partially automated fulfillment centre in Dubai to support the rapid growth of its e-commerce business with B2B retailers.
As per a statement, the solar project is expected to generate five million kWh of electricity per year, which is enough to satisfy 60% of the Aramex facility's needs.
"There has been a surge in online shoppers in the country, but most of them use e-commerce websites such as Amazon and e-bay that do not ship items directly to Qatar," an Aramex sales representative told Qatar Tribune.
The Aramex Bot which is linked to Facebook Messenger is designed
With over 17,000 employees working across 575 distinct locations spanning 70 countries, Aramex sees high volumes of data being transferred and shared across its wide area network, with a need for increased agility.
On 28 July the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) reported that Jaona Investment had purchased 6.55 per cent of Aramex for AED 437.5 million.