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AL-Bireh, West Bank
Território Palestino Ocupado
Jaffa.Net is a total IT solution company. We provide Software (the Core Unit of Jaffa.Net), Hardware, Networking and Internet solutions. Jaffa.Net puts a great deal of emphasis on the quality and uses state-of-the-art CMM level 4 software engineering process. Since its inception, Jaffa.Net has one vision: To build Software and Networks for the Information Age.
in a short time received an international recognition. "Jaffa.Net is the
Best Technically Advanced IT Company in Palestine" The CBI Report-an
independent evaluation company from Netherlands that visited Palestine in June
2000. "We believe this company has very good prospects on both
and European markets. Jaffa.Net is technically very advanced and has an international outlook. The company has many international contacts (United States and Arabic countries)". In addition "European customers are critical and require high standards from their foreign supplier in the field of organization, software, enterprise automation, quality and Human Resources development. We believe Jaffa.Net is well prepared to meet this challenge."
has invested a great deal in its employees and infrastructure and will continue
to do so. Jaffa.Net uses state-of-the-art advanced programming languages such
as Java, XML, C, C++, VB. Jaffa.Net also builds business applications using the
Oracle database on both Solaris (Unix) and NT environments.Currently, Jaffa.Net
is the only company with an experienced Internet programming team that builds
secure e-commerce applications.
Jaffa.Net provides a full Financial Solution, Human Resource Management System, Hotel Management System, Hospital and Clinics Management Software, Banking and Billing Software.
Jaffa.Net is the only Palestinian company that holds world wide registered patents.
"I am very proud of working @ Jaffa.Net. I always learn new technologies and use the best practices in our products. Jaffa.Net respects and adheres to the customer needs." --One employee said.