Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to exchange talks on cooperating on training and qualifications of national competencies, supporting digital transformation and knowledge-based innovation in relation to projects that will support Saudi Vision 2030.
Earlier in the day, the prince met with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates at his home in Seattle.
During Friday’s meeting, they reviewed aspects of cooperation on a number of joint development programs and projects.
In June 2016, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed, under which Microsoft will train young Saudis and will support Saudi Arabia in its ambitious digital and knowledge-based innovation transformation under Vision 2030.
Microsoft inked another deal to boost the Decision Making Support Center at the Royal Court by setting up systems and operational programs with the help of a team of experts from Microsoft.
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