After ten years of contributions to the field of Education and Healthcare Technology, TechKnowledge has become the leading source of electronic knowledge and learning solutions for thousands of universities, schools, hospitals, corporate and government libraries across the Middle East and Africa.
This season has been particularly busy for TechKnowledge, and its sister company, Al Manhal, the region’s leading Arabic electronic publishing company. On 10 April 2015, TechKnowledge used the unprecedented platform of the Special Libraries’ Association (SLA) event to announce new developments in the international education sector.
During the exhibition, TechKnowledge co-founders and brothers, Mohamad and Rany Al-Baghdadi, were invited to give a live demonstration of TechKnowledge e-portals, research databases, and other ground-breaking digital tools. Here, they were also able to highlight the company’s core competencies eLearning and digital tools as they relate to academia, healthcare, oil and gas, engineering, and government libraries.
TechKnowledge and Al Manhal were also asked to participate in two other important annual conferences for librarians and information professionals, respectively called AnkosLink2015 and IFLA / AFLI.
AnkosLink2015 Conference, held in Turkey, followed the theme to “Mobilise the Resources, Mobilise the Libraries.” As a passionate advocate for digital content and innovation, TechKnowledge was promoting its proprietary eLibrary portal, Deep Knowledge, and representing the industry’s leading anti-plagiarism software, chemical research databases, Islamic Finance databases, and eLearning platforms.
TechKnowledge and Al Manhal were also the proud official Silver Sponsors of the Second IFLA / AFLI Regional Conference entitled, “Arab Libraries Keeping Abreast of the Continual Information Environment” – the result of a fruitful three-year partnership between the prestigious International Federation of Library Association (IFLA) and the Arab Federation of Library and Information (AFLI). Mohamad Al-Baghdadi, CEO of TechKnowledge and Al Manhal was asked to present a paper on the state of electronic publishing in the Arab world. The event was a great success, given the volume of registrations and visitors, as well as many invitations to collaborate.
Since TechKnowledge's inception in 2005, there has been a big imprint upon the market for eLearning. “While keeping up to date with market trends is important for every company; creating new trends is core to what we do here at TechKnowledge. We are more than just product sellers. We are a truly distinguished provider of innovative and comprehensive learning solutions across the Arab region,” explains Rany Al-Baghdadi, Co-Founder and President of TechKnowledge.
The exceptional reception of TechKnowledge at these events is an undeniable outcome of the company’s efforts to maintain clients' trust through effective and adapted service delivery, innovative research tools, and an unwavering dedication to eLearning. Many eagerly await the next ten years of contributions to the field and many more successful partnerships to come.