Lahint becomes joint-stock company

Riyadh - Sharikat Mubasher: The Saudi-based Lahint, specializing in streamlining government procedures, announced its transition into a joint-stock company as part of its efforts to expand operational reach and solidify market presence, the company unveiled in a press release.

This transition reflects Lahint’s aspirations to lead and innovate within the technology industry.

Lahint is poised to launch its beta version in the second quarter of 2024, demonstrating its commitment to enhancing user experiences through a variety of service channels, including its website, mobile applications, and WhatsApp.

Mohamed Ibrahim, CEO of Lahint, stated that the company facilitates user interaction with its service channels, allowing for the scheduling of services that are executed via state-of-the-art screen sharing and voice conferencing technologies.

Lahint platform was designed to streamline access to government and public services in Saudi Arabia. It aims to connect users with trusted service providers, eliminating complexities associated with navigating governmental websites and focusing on efficiency, accessibility, and transparency.

In January, the Saudi company secured SAR 1.2 million in a pre-seed funding round, valuing the company at an initial SAR 10 million.

By 2027, Lahint aspires to automate 100% of government and public services using artificial intelligence (AI).

Contribution Time: 02-Apr-2024 11:15 (GMT)
Last Update Time: 02-Apr-2024 11:15 (GMT)