Orbus Software sets up new Qatar-based node for OrbusInfinity

  • Orbus Software has established a new Qatar-based node for OrbusInfinity, which allows its users in Qatar to connect to the Azure Data Centre in Doha.
  • The move is beneficial to support the implementation of sustainability and green technology commitments.

Orbus Software, an enterprise architecture and business process modeling software vendor, has launched a new Qatar-based node for OrbusInfinity, its SaaS platform which accelerates business transformation through enterprise architecture management.

Orbus Software’s new node in Qatar

The Qatar node joins its eight counterparts throughout the world, including those in the East and West of the U.S., Canada, the UK, the UAE, Australia, South Africa, and Western Europe. Together, they ensure compliance with data sovereignty and residency requirements for government organisations and highly regulated sectors such as healthcare and banking.

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Significance of the node

This expansion is a significant boost in a region where enterprise architecture is growingly being recognised as a strategic enabler of transformation, especially to support the implementation of sustainability and green technology commitments. Furthermore, the move is in line with broader governmental strategies such as Qatar’s National Development Strategy (NDS3) and the Qatar Digital Agenda. Similar initiatives can be found across the region, including Saudi Arabia’s Saudi Vision 2030, which mandates government organisations to implement enterprise architecture.

“The launch of OrbusInfinity’s new Qatar node further strengthens our strategic partnership with Orbus Software, enabling us to expand our offerings and provide more tailored solutions to our clients,” said Rashed Al-Kaabi, director of application development and modernisation at malomatia, Orbus Software’s strategic IT Services partner in Qatar. “This partnership will enhance our ability to support Qatari organisations in their digital transformation journeys, ensuring compliance with local data residency requirements and driving business transformation during this crucial period of national economic growth.”


Audrey Huang

Audrey Huang is an intern news reporter at Blue Tech Wave. She is interested in AI and startup stories. Send tips to a.huang@btw.media.

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