Ooredoo and Cisco have recently formed a strategic partnership, continuing to work together to build a diverse portfolio of strategic solutions for businesses in Qatar, the telecommunications company has announced.
As a sign of the strengthening partnership, Cisco recently awarded Ooredoo with a highly-regarded service provider’s certification. The Cloud and Managed Services Certification (CMSP) confirms Ooredoo’s ability to offer Cisco-powered solutions of the highest standards to business customers across Qatar, Ooredoo said.
Following the award, Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser al-Thani, Ooredoo’s chief new business officer; and Mohamed Hammoudi, Qatar general manager, Cisco; met in Qatar for a strategic planning discussion.
The meeting outlined plans for a calendar of upcoming events and agreed on a template to support the launch of new technologies, including an ambitious push to build Ooredoo’s position as an enabler of “smart city” technologies in Qatar.
Over the first six months of 2016, Ooredoo and Cisco have announced a range of long-term strategic agreements, including the launch of Cisco’s Virtual Managed Services (VMS) suite, and a service that enables Ooredoo’s enterprise customers to lease Cisco technology from Ooredoo, providing them with easy access to cutting-edge technology.
The companies have also co-hosted several networking events for businesses, demonstrating the enhanced range of cloud solutions and services available for companies in Qatar, as well as dedicated seminars for small businesses on the best way to enhance their performance by deploying best-in-class solutions.
For full details of the solutions available with Ooredoo, businesses customers can arrange a meeting with their account manager or call the business team on 800 8000.
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