Q-Post's Faleh al-Naemi (right) and Malomatia's Yousef al-Naama exchange documents at the signing ceremony.
Qatar Postal Services Company (Q-Post) and Malomatia, the leading national IT service and solution provider, have reached an agreement for introducing Electronic Point of Sales (E-POS) systems and self-service kiosks at post offices across the country.
The signing ceremony that took place at Q-Post head office was attended by chairman and managing director Faleh al-Naemi and Malomatia managing director and board member Yousef al-Naama.
Al-Naemi said the signing reflects one of most ambitious IT projects for Q-Post, which will ultimately support its objectives of implementing an advanced technology project that meets the company’s current and transformation future needs.
"It will help improve customer experience significantly. Q-Post is eager to provide the latest postal technological services by transforming their traditional ways of business operations.
The introduction of E-POS systems and self-service kiosks is one of such initiatives.”
Al-Naemi also said working with Malomatia on this project was in fact based on Q-Post's trust on the leading national company for executing nationwide major projects in various sectors.
“We are proud to work with Qatar Post for delivering this strategic project in achieving the set objectives of Qatar Post by providing advanced technology services," al-Naama said.
He felt with the milestone project their company demonstrated its commitment towards governmental sectors in taking and executing vital IT national projects in Qatar.
"Our commitment is to deploy our experts and technological capabilities by teaming up with worldwide partners, to help fulfil Qatar National Vision 2030 by working towards a greater knowledge-based economy”.
For the execution of this project, Malomatia has teamed up with some of the well-known technology suppliers of automated retail postal systems and solutions in the world.