Mr. Walid Tahabsem
President and CEO
People working with Walid Tahabsem distinguish him by his “unrelenting focus on quality and efficiency combined with a genuine concern and commitment for all who work with him”. These attributes have been hallmarks of Walid Tahabsem’s career. Representing a true Jordanian entrepreneurship and success in the IT sector; Mr. Tahabsem is a well-rounded business leader equipped and driven to turn challenges into opportunities.
After receiving his B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Yarmouk University in Jordan, he founded Integrated Technology Group back in 1989. Today, as ITG President & CEO, Mr. Tahabsem leads one of the most successful IT companies offering quality end-to-end products and services for the education and public sectors in more than 20 countries worldwide.
Mr. Ali Al Sadi
Executive Vice President
With more than twenty years of experience in the information technology industry, Mr. Ali Al Sadi also acts as ITG's Chief Financial Officer and has played a significant role in maintaining the company within a healthy financial position. As such, he is responsible for setting and adopting a Quality Management System procedure for the company, thus ensuring ITG's continuous growth and success. Moreover, Mr. Al Sadi has a wide range of experience in software design and development management of several of the company’s key products.
Mr. Mohammad Nassar
Production Vice President
Mr. Nassar brings to his position a well-established background in information technology and Professional services. Prior to co-founding ITG with two of his classmates back in 1989 Mr. Nassar received his B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Yarmouk University, Jordan. With over 20 years of extensive hands-on project management experience and underlying software design and development management, Mr. Nassar has been serving as ITG’s VP, Production since 2001.
Mrs. Batoul Ajlouni
Mrs. Batoul Ajlouni serves on ITG's Board of Directors and is actively involved in the company's global initiatives and in national ICT sector development activities and committees. Between 1999 and 2016, Batoul also served as the VP of Business Development at ITG where she was responsible for defining corporate business development strategies, establishing international business opportunities, and developing company expansion plans. In 1989, she co-founded JAID Productions, the first professional computer graphics and animation company in the Middle East, later acquired by ITG. Batoul led JAID as its Executive Manager for eight years prior to assuming her role as VP at ITG.