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|| Silicon Valley company acquired by Arabic language specialist Sakhr Software

Kuwait Investors SakhrTechCrunch, the leading tech blog, starts its headline with "Say What?" and continues with "Bet you didn’t see this one coming". Sakhr Software, the Arabic language tech specialists just acquired the Silicon Valley based company Dial Directions for an undisclosed amount.

Sakhr Software was established in Kuwait in 1982 as an affiliate of Alalamiah Group. They have presence in US through Sakhr Software USA which itself dates back to 1992 and a company called Digitek. Long story, but the story of a successful Middle Eastern company now shopping in the US.

(Check out this cool video as an example of what these guys can do)



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