November 11, 2013
September 1, 2013
(Naseej) Naseej, the Middle East’s pioneer in creating and developing knowledge solutions and services, has enhanced the AcKnowledge Search and Discovery Portal with additional e-content.
May 22, 2013
(Naseej) King Abdullah Library – Umm Al-Qura University – provides it patrons with Credo Reference from Naseej. Credo is an all-in-one starting point for researchers and students to initiate and further their research processes.
March 10, 2013
(Naseej) Dammam University has chosen Naseej – the Arab world's leader in Knowledge Consultancy Services – to develop its library core collection. The Naseej team of consultants has worked on an integrated framework – OCLC Conspectus – to analyze the library collection, and rate against recognized international standards its educational and research plans, its academic strategic perspective, the qualitative and quantitative trends in library collections, and the nature of patrons' informational needs, in order to determine its weaknesses and strengths. Also, the team has enhanced the library's global accessibility by adding its foreign collection to the OCLC World Catalog.
February 25, 2013
(Naseej) Taibah University makes its Library Catalog accessible on Facebook user profiles and smart phones (BookMyne(+. This service enables library patrons to search, discover and renew their borrowed items and update their subscriptions anytime and anywhere. All without surfing on the Library website.
January 1, 2013
(Naseej) Naseej – the region's leader in Knowledge and Library Management Solutions – provides Bahrain University with the latest version of Acknowledge. The solution offers a highly advanced platform developed by Naseej as a result of sustainable investment and cooperation with partners and customers to ensure effective investment of the academic and research libraries and information resources.
(Naseej) The Arabian Advanced Systems has recently supplied and installed the latest digitalized library management system for King Abdulaziz Foundation for Research and Archives. The project is utilizing one of the world best scanners, and the first of its kind, not only in KSA, but also in the region.
October 14, 2012
(Naseej) Arabian Advanced Systems is fortunate to operate, not one, but two strong and vibrant brands, however to further stream line our efforts and expand new and exciting industry sectors we have decided to use the “Naseej” brand to represent all the products and services of the company, while the official company name will remain (Arabian Advanced Systems).
April 10, 2012
(Naseej) Naseej, the regions’ leading knowledge solutions and services provider, has released AcKnowledge 3.0 (the third version of its Academic Knowledge Service), which became available for libraries in April 2012. The launch is part of the Naseej’s strategy to develop and improve knowledge management systems and services in all academic institutions and university libraries in the Arab world.
January 1, 2010
(Naseej) Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University is new private University located at Al-Khobar is very pleased with the implementation of the complete solution electronic library solution from Arabian Advanced Systems. The complete solution is comprised of library management system, and flow management system using RFID and online information resources.
June 1, 2009
(Naseej) King Abdullah University of Science and Technology is implementing a library RFID project that will enable staff to better achieve their goals and meet their users' expectations by offering users self- service and enjoying excellent collection managements and library operations.
January 1, 2006
(Naseej) Arabian Advanced Systems has provided King Khalid specialized Hospital library with Symphony system which is regarded as one of the latest technologies in libraries management. This new system will help the hospital library employees to manage its information. It will support them in implementing cataloguing works and building data warehouses for about 5000 content materials including books, CDs and video films, in addition to installing an electronic search front page and a server to contain data and information.
April 28, 2004
(Naseej) The National Endowment for the Humanities announced that cultural institutions in 18 states will receive $9.9 million for 42 projects to preserve humanities collections, increase public access, and create humanities research tools and reference works. Ten of these projects have been named We the People projects, a special recognition by the NEH for model projects that advance the study, teaching, and understanding of American history and culture.