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Transtek

Transtek Systems
Type Private Limited Liability Company
Industry Software & Programming
Founded Damascus, Syria (2000)
Headquarters Beirut
Key people Abdulsalam Haykal, Co-founder and CEO, Mohamed Haykal, Chairman, Husam Khaskieh, Chief Technology Officer
Products Compass ERP
Employees 200
Website http://www.transtek.com

Transtek Systems is a major business software firm in the Middle East.[1][2][3] Transtek System's flagship product is Compass ERP, a dual language (English-Arabic) Enterprise Resource Planning system. According to the major Arab daily Al-Hayat, Compass ERP was the local alternative in Syria after US economic sanctions prohibited major international technology and ERP vendors to sell their products in Syria.[4] Transtek System's Compass ERP package has an estimated 80% marketshare, also due to lack of competition.[5] Another product that filled a gap created by sanctions was Compass AML, the first anti-money laundering system produced in the Arab World.[6]

Transtek System's CEO Abdulsalam Haykal was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2009.[7]

References

  1. ^ شركة ترانستك لأنظمة المعلومات تقيم لقاءً مفتوحاً مع القائمين على المصارف الخاصة (in Arabic). Masaader.com. 29 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-29. 
  2. ^ "Video Interview with Syrian Serial Entrepreneur Abdulsalam Haykal, Founder of Transtek and President of Syrian Young Entrepreneurs Association.". ArabCrunch. 24 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-29. 
  3. ^ "Transtek - Transtek is first Syrian company to seek international software certificate of CMMI". Transtek Systems. 12 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-29. 
  4. ^ شركات برمجة سورية تتحايل على الحظر الاميركي وتنافس عالمياً (in Arabic).  
  5. ^ "عبد السلام هيكل".. نحن بحاجة ماسّة لقطاع خاص حقيقي في صناعة البرمجيات (in Arabic).  
  6. ^ "Compass AML: The first Arab software solution designed to combat money laundering".  
  7. ^ "World Economic Forum names Syrian entrepreneur as Young Global Leader".  

External links

  • Company website
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