Omnia has expanded to Jordan, in response to the growing demand for Omnia’s digital expertise in the region, the digital agency said. Located in the capital, Amman, the new office will act as a digital development hub for the company’s growing roster of digital clients which, at present include the Saudi Arabian Football Federation, Emirates NBD, Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat), Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), and ACWA Power.
With a team of five now in place – and plans to grow the Jordanian-based team threefold – the office will be led by Team Lead and Senior Sitecore Developer Haneen Daoud. The new office brings Omnia’s in-house digital team to an industry-leading 32 people.
According to Adam Booth, Managing Director of Omnia, due to the level of talent available in Jordan and the growing demand for digital consultancy and transformation services, the new office just made sense. “Given the breadth and scale of digital consultancy and transformation work that we regularly undertake and deliver on behalf of some of the region’s, and world’s, biggest brands, we are committed to attracting and developing world-class talent. Our new Jordanian office and the talented Arabic speaking team that comprise it – coupled with our regular investment in the latest industry tools – reinforce our ability to successfully deliver a range of digital services that not only positively impact our clients’ businesses but transform them for the better,” he said.
Operating since May and working on projects that have so far included the successful delivery of the Saudi Arabian Football Federation’s new web presence just prior to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the new office’s soft opening also took place as Omnia was awarded Sitecore Gold certification.
Based in Dubai with presence in Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia and now Jordan, Omnia has worked with some of the region’s highest profile brands on a variety of transformational brand and digital projects.