Saudi Arabia inks deals for bigger Siemens, SAP roles
JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia wants German companies Siemens and SAP to play an important role in furthering the kingdom’s “digital transformation”, said company officials on Sunday.
Top executives who were travelling with Merkel signed declarations of intent to work with the Saudi authorities, said officials.
Siemens signed a framework deal with the Saudi National Industrial Clusters Development Programme which the group said could lead to equipping infrastructure projects worth €1 billion (RM4.73 billion).
The company also wants to provide vocational training in Saudi Arabia, while SAP has agreed with the Saudi Ministry of Planning to cooperate on the country’s digitisation efforts, said officials. Reuters