CrimsonLogic, a provider of eGovernment solutions and services, is opening an office in Oman's capital, Muscat.
The new site, which will be operational by the second quarter this year, will be CrimsonLogic's fourth branch in the Middle East. Its other offices in the region are in Bahrain, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
The new office opening follows the company's contracts with the Royal Oman Police and Directorate General of Customs.
It is developing a customs management platform that will allow trading communities to lodge standardised information and documents with a single entry point to fulfill import, export and transit-related regulatory requirements.
The company has also signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the IT industry.
"We are also keen to bring in our expertise in other eGovernment systems such as eJudiciary, business licensing and national authentication as this region is highly receptive towards technology both in the government space and the local populace," said Mr Saw Ken Wye, the chief executive of CrimsonLogic.