Msheireb Properties, a subsidiary of Qatar Foundation and Qatar’s leading sustainable developer, has entered into a partnership agreement with Meeza, a leading IT solutions and services provider.
The agreement will provide Msheireb Properties with a system integrator service.
The deal, signed between Abdulla Hassan al-Mehshadi, CEO of Msheireb Properties and Ghada P El-Rassi, CEO of Meeza, is a strategic step encompassing a wide range of agreements to create an integrator environment with the best smart cities solutions at Msheireb Downtown Doha (MDD), according to a statement.
Meeza will provide MDD with all information technology and integrator systems required for design, operation and maintenance processes, the statement added.
“This partnership enables us to achieve all specifications of a smart city, as information and communications technology will provide the competitive edge required to create a modern urban community here in Doha, within the context of Arab culture and traditions. Citizens, residents and guests in Qatar will have the opportunity to experience technology second to none when visiting the world’s first downtown urban regeneration project,” said al-Mehshadi. “We are delighted to have partnered with Meeza for this critical component of MDD that will truly differentiate it, raising the bar of excellence for similar smart city regeneration projects across the region.”
“This partnership between our esteemed organisations marks the start of a new era in the development of smart cities across the region and beyond. It brings about local domain technology knowledge coupled with leading multinational partnerships under the umbrella of a Qatari governance framework,” said El-Rassi.
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