The Arab International Society for Management Technology (AIMICT), a non-profit organization, was founded on 29th August 1989 in Buffalo-New York in the United States of America, and it was registered officially in Amman on 10th July 1990 under the name of “the Arab Management Society."
The necessity of having such a society came from the realization of Arab managers and businessmen in the Arab world of the importance and consequences of their role in serving business communities in their countries.
Subsequently, in order to emphasize the group’s objective towards creating a knowledge society that uses modern management and technology and effectively developing the Arab potential, the name of the organization was chosen to be The Arab Knowledge and Management Society (AKMS).
In 2015, the name was changed again to “Arab International Society for Management Technology" in order to keep pace with the modern technological developments in different fields and create knowledge-based management.
The Society provides unique professional services by its representatives in 20 Arab countries and liaison offices in world countries. Its programs and plans are developed by a board of trustees chaired by HE Dr. Talal Abu Ghazaleh. The Board includes a number of figures and experts of different fields of management and information technology. It seeks to promote the communication and exchange experience at individual and institutional levels through conferences, workshops and specialized professional programs.