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Nexus signs MoU with airport operation specialist Xybase

Posted 11 April 2017 · Add Comment

Nexus has signed an MoU with Xybase, an innovative and flexible global provider of comprehensive airport operations management systems.

“We had an immediate affinity for Xybase, as they are aggressive and entrepreneurial like us and share a global vision for the growth of their business,” said Abdullah Al-Sayed, founder & chairman of Nexus.  “We started talking to Xybase’s owners, and discovered that our two businesses were highly complementary with little overlap.  They help airports with sophisticated software, technology and service solutions just as we do the same for operators.  We realized we could help each other as we expand globally.”

The MoU calls for the companies to work toward a Joint Venture agreement whereby Xybase will help Nexus grow its business in the ASEAN countries and China, and, in turn, Nexus will help Xybase grow its business in the Middle East, India and Africa.  Already the two companies are working together to provide a custom airport management solution to one of NEXUS’ key clients.

“We are very excited to enter into this partnership with Nexus,” said Suhaimee Abu Hassan, President of Xybase, which is based in Malaysia, “and we are already seeing opportunities to work together for mutual reward.  Nexus brings a unique skillset in aviation operations management that links nicely with our airport management solutions.”

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