DigitAI announces a series of partnerships to bring Accredited innovation training to the UAE

Innovation is critical as businesses are forced to pivot and digitize to survive the impact of Covid-19

DigitAI announces a series of partnerships to bring Accredited innovation training to the UAE

Xische’s DigitAI has signed a series of global partnerships to bring accredited innovation programs to the Middle East and Africa (MENA) through structured and scientific approaches to advancements and adaptation.

Through the recently announced partnerships with the International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP), 20-20 Innovation, Swarm Vision and Planbox, DigitAI will ensure that MENA private and public sector companies have the skills and competencies they need to innovate and digitize their offerings, as society continues to be quarantined in an effort to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

DigitAI founder and senior partner, Fadi Hindi said: “Over the years we found many organizations were uncertain about how to train their team so they can be innovative, implement emerging technologies and stay competitive. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has forced companies to revise their approach to an all-digital offering almost overnight.”

“DigiAI is partnering with globally trusted IAOIP, 20-20 Innovation Inc, Swarm Vision and Planbox, to bring decades of innovation learnings and growing expertise to the region to help establishments create a blueprint to survive and thrive during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.”

“Our world is changing so fast. It is unpredictable, uncertain, and at times threatens our future security. When we become stressed by a fast-moving financial crisis with no clear end in view, our greatest new thinking will emerge if we embrace Innovation Management and Business Continuity Planning.” Frank Voehl and Rick Fernandez, 20-20 Innovation, Inc.

The partnership with the International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP) allows DigitAI to bring globally trusted Innovation Management Accreditation to MENA. As the preferred partner for 20-20 Innovation Inc., DigitAI will bring the standardized ISO 56000 framework to the region. Through the innovation talent management platform, Swarm Vision, companies will be able to assess the innovation abilities of individuals, teams, departments, and entire organizations, build and upskill teams to improve their performance on projects.

To give value and help companies survive and thrive in the Covid-19 pandemic, DigitAI and their innovation partners will be holding a series of free webinars. Visit www.xdigitai.com/workshops to learn more and sign up

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