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Accenture in Sadara deal

ACCENTURE and Sadara Chemical Company (Sadara), a joint venture developed by the Saudi Arabian Oil Company and The Dow Chemical Company, have signed a multi-year agreement to help Sadara provide business and IT support services across the organization leading to the opening of Sadara’s integrated chemicals complex in Jubail, which will be the largest petrochemical facility ever built in a single phase.

Accenture will help Sadara operate world-class technology practices across the enterprise including corporate and manufacturing applications and infrastructure services. Accenture will also help Sadara manage services for helpdesk, field support, workstation services and computer platform and network support, including data center operations. In addition, Accenture will work with Sadara to support the company’s Saudisation strategy, a government initiative designed to encourage employment of Saudi nationals.

“Following a rigorous evaluation and assessment process, Accenture was selected to support our drive in building Sadara as a best-in-class organisation that is agile and poised to address both the current and future needs with leading edge technology and second-to-none support and services,” says Ziad Al Labban, chief executive officer of Sadara. “We look forward to working with Accenture and achieving our goals.”




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