Jun 09 2011
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KFAS awards E-Store www.Sheeel.com the Kuwait e-Awards 2011 within e-commerce category
Universal Media, a rising system integrator in the IT and Telecommunication field in the Middle East region, won first place last year for the online grocery store www.taw9eel.com.
"We are proud to receive the award for first place in the e-commerce category," said Ahmed Al-Mazeedi, DGM& Marketing Manager of Universal Media. "This award reflects our vision at www.Sheeel.com, to use the best technology to enrich our clients' website experience and streamline operations. Through our commitment we look forward to improving and exploring further options for our customers' over all experience, and eagerly anticipate a fruitful following year to uncover more of our work that is both innovative and inspirational"
Al-Mazeedi proudly stated, "This award was given only three months after the launch of www.Sheeel.com recognizing its creativity, local innovation, technology uniqueness and development of e-commerce in Kuwait".
Universal Media (UMedia) is a specialized system integrator developing customized business solutions in the fields of RTLS, ERP, Hardware Distribution, and e-Commerce. Among its group entities are WebTech Wireless Middle East, UniSoft, Taw9eel.com, Sheeel.com and iCity. UMedia is based in Kuwait with offices in Egypt, Jordan and UAE. For more information please visit: http://www.umedia.com.kw
Based in Kuwait, Sheeel.Com is a unique e-Store that offers Consumers in the Gulf, a simple proposition: One Amazing deal a day at unbeatable prices. Sheeel ... a deal everyday.
For more information:
Deputy General Manager
Universal Media WLL
Tel: +965 1 845 845
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