SEEDS Corp.: Host of Innovative Web Solutions for Enterprises from a Different Genre
Specialized Web Services Under One Roof
Founded by Assem Bahader who initially started his career as a software engineer, SEEDS constantly strives to be a unique provider of services that help businesses gain their digital vigilance. An urge to do something big in the next level encouraged Assem to start something of his own that can help business tap the digital market.
Targeting the internet dominated market and its strong impact on the daily business world, the company helps its clients to transform their business from non-digitized to a channelized digital platform. "To sustain in the industry, one should have 90 percent market presence online.
Foreseeing this growing demand we first conduct a proper market research and have a clear picture before suggesting them with strategies to beat the competition,"
Best known to provide superior quality and cost-effective solutions using innovative technology specific to the industry, SEEDS not only functions as a web development company, but helps in all the aspects of web presence, starting from Domain Registration, Logo Designing, Branding, Website Design & Development to taking them to the market through various channels of Digital Marketing Services. The major clients of SEEDS include ECC, GEM S.A., IEMSA S.p.A. and others across different industries.
Emerging to be a Leader in eCommerce Development
Headquartered in Cairo, SEEDS today has its clients spread across Egypt and in nations like Morocco, Mauritania, Libya and Albania. The company's one-point solutions have helped many successful start-ups grow. Currently, with a team of ten dedicated professionals, the company has grown 100 percent with notable clients across the globe. "We are trying to be a partner as well as an outsourcing company to businesses by enabling them a web presence. Currently, focusing on eCommerce Development & custom software development we want to be a leader in the eCommerce and customized web development space in the next level," concludes Assem.