Ooredoo announced on Tuesday that it is seeing strong demand on its portfolio of ICT solutions that can advance the digital transformation of Qatar’s organisations.
Ooredoo has received strong feedback from its business customers across its ICT product platforms: IoT, data centre and cloud services, managed security services, and collaboration. These ICT solutions leverage Ooredoo’s industry-leading Supernet, including ultra-fast 5G mobile network services, superior fibre footprint and broadband access, and a wide range of new and enhanced business connectivity solutions.
Ooredoo Qatar chief operations officer Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi said: “We are seeing strong demand for our wide range of complete ICT solutions, which can enable Qatar’s organisations to thrive in the digital world.
“Thanks to our fully digitised ICT portfolio, organisations can enhance their services, and transform their customer experiences. As Qatar’s leading ICT provider, we are supporting Qatar National Vision 2030’s economic transformation goals.”
Ooredoo’s IoT portfolio can provide its business customers with the tools that they need to enhance performance and operational efficiency, track assets, and optimise costs. Among the numerous solutions in our IoT portfolio are IoT Connect, Fleet Management, Asset Management, Connecting Things, Smart Waste Management, and Industrial Metering.
The data centre and cloud services portfolio includes a wide range of solutions, such as colocation, infrastructure as a service, cloud backup, managed software services, disaster recovery, Azure Stack Public Cloud, and WallPost ERP.
Organisations can rest assured that these advanced solutions are offered locally on Ooredoo’s Tier 3-certified Qatar Data Centre, with data remaining in Qatar. Ooredoo’s team of experts is on-hand for 24/7 support for organisations.
Organisations adopting managed security services can leverage a team of security experts to manage the solutions, including Security Operations Centre, security monitoring and advanced security services, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection, cloud, web, and email security, and Web Application Firewall.
As organisations switch from capex to opex business models, Ooredoo’s collaboration portfolio is led by the cloud-based Business Collaboration Solution, which enables organisations to benefit from high-quality video conferencing, instant messaging, and intelligent voicemail for enhanced employee efficiency, among additional features.
Al-Kubaisi added: “We’re providing organisations with an unbeatable combination of ICT solutions based on global platforms and supported by top global partners. Real-life use cases can drive digital transformation with new business models and generate new digital revenue. Ooredoo continues to be Qatar’s ICT market leader and a trusted and recognised ICT partner for organisations of all sizes and industry verticals to transform.”
Business customers can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo “Best for Business”, thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years.
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