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Doha, Qatar, March 5-7, 2024

Naseej concluded its successful participation in the 27th Annual Conference of the Specialized Libraries Association – Arabian Gulf Chapter held in Doha, Qatar, from March 5 to 7, 2024. The conference witnessed a remarkable presence from Naseej, attracting a multitude of attendees and participants throughout the event.

During the conference’s opening day, Mr. Ahmad Abdulsalam, from Naseej, delivered a captivating speech highlighting Medad’s innovative identity and its advanced application of Artificial Intelligence in cataloguing. Additionally, Mr. Abdulsalam announced the launch of “Medad Insights“, inviting libraries to adopt the beta version of the platform, and emphasized the importance of actively contributing to its development through experimentation and feedback.

Additionally, Dr. Andrew Cox, Senior Lecturer at the Information School, University of Sheffield, led a session during the pre-conference workshop organized by Naseej Academy on “Artificial Intelligence and Libraries: Choosing the Best Strategy for Your Library“. The workshop brought together a distinguished group of academics, library and information specialists, and library directors from the Arab world, who engaged in discussions about the role of libraries in smart cities and expressed their interest to attend similar future events.

Naseej shone throughout this conference, not only as the Diamond Sponsor but also at the recognition of its support during the opening ceremony. Moreover, Naseej sponsored the gala dinner held at the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Jassim Museum, where the winners of Naseej Academy Awards for the Best Research in Arabic and English were announced.

Moreover, Naseej’s booth proved to be a hub of activity, hosting prominent partners including IEEE, Askzad, Bibliotheca, Media Info, EXPM, and the Arab Unified Catalogue, giving visitors an interactive and direct opportunity to discover Naseej products and services, engage with Naseej experts, and delve into in-depth discussions regarding the latest advancements in library technology and information.

Visitors had the opportunity to discover Medad Library Services Platform and learn about its multiple products and benefits. Additionally, they had the opportunity to discover Naseej’s offerings in collections preservation and digital transformation technologies. This includes 3D scanners, which enables users to effectively utilize digital content for research, education, and a variety of other purposes in effective and pioneering ways.

During his visit to Naseej’s booth His Excellency, Dr. Hamad Al-Kuwari, the President of the Qatar National Library, expressed his great admiration for the advanced and globally professional technology showcased in the booth, praising its adherence to professional and global standards.

On this occasion, Naseej’s CEO, Othman Al-Abdul Karim, highlighted that everyone at Naseej is dedicated to delivering innovative technology and smart solutions aimed at achieving higher levels of efficiency and excellence in providing knowledge services. By adopting the latest technological advancements such as artificial intelligence, data analysis, and machine learning, Naseej contributes to providing effective tools for information management and organization, as well as ensuring quick and comprehensive access to knowledge assets.

About Naseej

Since 1989, Naseej has gained the trust of numerous prestigious clients, including Mohammed Bin Rashid Library, Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, STC, Kuwait University, Ministry of Commerce and Investment, and many others. Over the years, Naseej has entered partnerships with major global institutions. At the forefront of Naseej’s technological products and services are its cloud-based Medad platforms, designed to enable libraries, academic institutions, government entities, and businesses to coordinate their informational, academic, administrative, and training processes. Additionally, these platforms accelerate the digital transformation journey, rooted in innovative institutional innovation.

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