Dr. Mohamed Reda has developed, implemented and guided strategic projects and global partnerships across more than three decades as well as generating business for organizations in the United States, Europe, Africa, and Middle East.
He founded and served as Chairman & CEO of Allied Group, Switzerland; Allied Consultants in Egypt; and Allied Soft in the United States. He founded and chaired Egypt’s Information Technology Export Community (ITEC) and served as a board member in several Egyptian Government-sponsored IT policy task forces.
In earlier positions, Dr. Reda took part in a joint program between Cairo University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), after which he joined Westinghouse until 1989, where he helped on several strategic initiatives both in US, Egypt and globally.
In 1990, Dr. Reda moved to Switzerland and joined Allied Consultants as Senior Consultant.
In 1990, he started Allied Group and established companies in the USA, UK, India and Saudi Arabia, followed by offices in Lebanon and Jordan, and a representative office in the UAE and Morocco. The Egypt operation was established in 1995.
He is member of the European Union IT Observatory Group (EU affiliate organization), a member of the UK National Outsourcing Association, Chair of the IT Export Community in Egypt, Chair of the IT Committee in the Egyptian Businessmen’s Association and Chairman of the International Committee of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC). He is also board member of DC export council and board member of several business councils in the Middle East.
He has earned a number of achievements and recognitions from several universities and international organization, including Umm University, Sweden; BPO board, Texas, USA; Middle East IT association, UK and others.
Dr. Reda holds a PhD in computer science, with applied Artificial Intelligence modeling from Carnegie Mellon University, and BA in Economics and Political Science from Cairo University.
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