Growing demand for its services in the Middle East region and cumbersome Visa regulations make company start operations in Dubai
New Delhi, March 23, 2015: Koenig Solutions, India’s leading offshore IT training company,has opened in its maiden expansion drive a swanky Dubai centre, set up at a cost of over Rs 40 million, to professionals of the Middle East with a view to tapping the growing demand for IT services in the region.
The company decided to open its first international centre in picturesque Dubai after it realized that a number of interested professionals from the region were not able to visit its India centre owing to cumbersome VISA regulations.
“We did not want to lose business because of Visa limitations and after deliberations; we decided to start a centre in Dubai where professionals from all the nearby Middle East countries can easily get training on different technologies. Our new international centre in Dubai also provides professionals who have visited our India centre an alternate location for training where they can combine both travel & our unparalleled trainings,” said Chief Executive Officer Rohit Aggarwal.
The centre, having 23 labs with all modern facilities and a prayer room, is situated in front of Dubai Tram Station and at a 10-minute distance of iconic Mall of Emirates. Koenig receives a lot of students from large corporate houses from Gulf and Africa like Aramco, Chevron, Angola LNG, NBAD and ENOC.
The centre offers exciting offers to the students on the lines of services given in India. These include luxury pick up and drop from the airport in premium sedans upon booking of accommodation with Koenig; lunch provided at Knowledge Village Food Court with ample varieties to choose from; corporate tie ups with premium four star hotels for affordable rates round the year; arrangement of excursions to Desert Safari/City Tours at nominal prices.
The company has already partnered with various corporate houses for training in its Dubai centre. It expects to train at least 75 students every month in the centre. For training, the company will fly trainers from its India centre.