Callnovo’s native Arabic call center service solution enables you to access the massive Arabic speaking marketplace, including Saudi Arabia, Chad, Algeria, Comoros, Eritrea, Djibouti, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Kuwait, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Bahrain, Tunisia and other Arabic speaking countries.
Arabic is the official language of 26 countries, a minority language in over 30 others, and is spoken by over 433 million people, making it the 5th most spoken language in the world. Arabic is also the holy language of Islam for 1.9 billion Muslims worldwide, about 1/4 of the Earth's population, so it is a very important global language. Centrally spoken throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), the Arabic language has 30 different dialects, it's own alphabet, and script that is written right to left. It has very little in common with English (other than a surprising amount of English word origins) and is difficult to learn, making it desperately under-represented in the Western world. To help overcome this shortcoming, the US National Security Language Initiative was introduced in 2006, to develop the skills of American students in "critical-need" foreign languages of regions with which the US has significant economic involvement, including Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, and Persian. Arabic is an official language in Egypt, Algeria, Sudan, Iraq, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Syria, Tunisia, Somalia, United Arab Emirates , Jordan, Eritrea , Libya, Lebanon, Palestine, Oman, Mauritania, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Tanzania , Djibouti, and Comoros, as well as a minority language throughout the Arab diaspora worldwide.
*The Arab League (formerly The League of Arab States) currently has 22 members, and was formed in 1945 as a regional organization to "draw closer the relations between member states and co-ordinate collaboration between them, to safeguard their independence and sovereignty, and to consider in a general way the affairs and interests of the Arab countries". The Arab League formed the Arab Federation for Digital Economy in 2018, with representatives across the MENA region to promote and develop the region’s e-commerce sector, which has the potential to contribute US$3 trillion to Arab GDP growth. The Arab world includes important gateways to Africa, the fastest-growing and highest continental market potential in the world. African Arab countries include (in order of 2018 GDP) Algeria (US$200B), Morocco ($122B), Tunisia ($42B), Sudan ($34B), Somalia ($7.8B), Mauritania ($5.2B), Djibouti ($2.4B), Comoros ($750M).