Tamkeen Technologies launches “A nation that stops” initiative for governmental and private entities

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As a safe technical alternative to traditional or paper footprint in support of Corona response efforts


Tamkeen Technologies, affiliated to the Ministry of Labor and Social Development, has announced the launch of its national initiative, “A Watoon What Stops”, which aims to provide government and private entities with a smart attendance product as a safe and healthy technical alternative to traditional or paper footprint devices.

The initiative comes within the company’s commitment to contribute to strengthening the purposeful efforts taken by the state, may God protect it, to limit the spread of the Corona virus at all levels and as part of its social responsibility as a national technical company.

The smart attendance system allows employees to record attendance and leave via an application for smart mobile devices via IOS & Android through the specific geographical locations of each party. The system also provides the employee with attendance and departure reports, and allows officials to access employee reports in an easy and safe way, while supporting the remote work system.

The Chief Executive Officer of Tamkeen Technologies, Dr. Muhammad Al-Shaibi, indicated that the smart attendance system is one of the company’s products that was developed internally and applied to the company’s employees as a preventive step to reduce the spread of the Corona virus COVID-19, and it is being presented to our customers from government agencies and all parties interested in the government sector or The company is part of the company’s continuous commitment to provide innovative technical solutions that meet the needs of our customers, and is available free of charge for 3 months.

It is noteworthy that Tamkeen Technologies is a subsidiary of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development and is owned by the Human Resources Development Fund “Hadaf” and Takamul Holding Company, which was established in 2013 with an ambitious vision.
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Tamkeen Technologies launches “A nation that stops” initiative, both governmental and private

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Tamkeen Technologies, affiliated to the Ministry of Labor and Social Development, has announced the launch of its national initiative, “A Watoon What Stops”, which aims to provide government and private entities with a smart attendance product as a safe and healthy technical alternative to traditional or paper footprint devices.

The initiative comes within the company’s commitment to contribute to strengthening the purposeful efforts taken by the state, may God protect it, to limit the spread of the Corona virus at all levels and as part of its social responsibility as a national technical company.

The smart attendance system allows employees to record attendance and leave via an application for smart mobile devices via IOS & Android through the specific geographical locations of each party. The system also provides the employee with attendance and departure reports, and allows officials to access employee reports in an easy and safe way, while supporting the remote work system.

The Chief Executive Officer of Tamkeen Technologies, Dr. Muhammad Al-Shaibi, indicated that the smart attendance system is one of the company’s products that was developed internally and applied to the company’s employees as a preventive step to reduce the spread of the Corona virus COVID-19, and it is being presented to our customers from government agencies and all parties interested in the government sector or The company is part of the company’s continuous commitment to provide innovative technical solutions that meet the needs of our customers, and is available free of charge for 3 months.

It is noteworthy that Tamkeen Technologies is a subsidiary of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development and is owned by the Human Resources Development Fund “Hadaf” and Takamul Holding Company, which was established in 2013 with an ambitious vision.

March 18, 2020 – Rajab 23, 1441

12:49 AM

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March 18, 2020 – Rajab 23, 1441

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As a safe technical alternative to traditional or paper footprint in support of Corona response efforts

Tamkeen Technologies, affiliated to the Ministry of Labor and Social Development, has announced the launch of its national initiative, “A Watoon What Stops”, which aims to provide government and private entities with a smart attendance product as a safe and healthy technical alternative to traditional or paper footprint devices.

The initiative comes within the company’s commitment to contribute to strengthening the purposeful efforts taken by the state, may God protect it, to limit the spread of the Corona virus at all levels and as part of its social responsibility as a national technical company.

The smart attendance system allows employees to record attendance and leave via an application for smart mobile devices via IOS & Android through the specific geographical locations of each party. The system also provides the employee with attendance and departure reports, and allows officials to access employee reports in an easy and safe way, while supporting the remote work system.

The Chief Executive Officer of Tamkeen Technologies, Dr. Muhammad Al-Shaibi, indicated that the smart attendance system is one of the company’s products that was developed internally and applied to the company’s employees as a preventive step to reduce the spread of the Corona virus COVID-19, and it is being presented to our customers from government agencies and all parties interested in the government sector or The company is part of the company’s continuous commitment to provide innovative technical solutions that meet the needs of our customers, and is available free of charge for 3 months.

It is noteworthy that Tamkeen Technologies is a subsidiary of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development and is owned by the Human Resources Development Fund “Hadaf” and Takamul Holding Company, which was established in 2013 with an ambitious vision.





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