Ooredoo, one of the region’s leading ICT providers, is seeing strong success on the Ooredoo Equipment Lease-to-Own programme, the company said yesterday.
Qatar’s organisations can lease industry-leading networking, unified communications and collaboration, telephony, video and instant messaging solutions, and servers from one to five years. At the end of the period they can own the equipment.
This programme adds a lot of value for customers, as Qatar’s businesses can now not only get equipment on a competitive monthly lease, but also get their Telecom services from a single source - Ooredoo.
Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, COO, Ooredoo, said: “Qatar’s organisations are undergoing digital transformation, with unified communications and collaboration solutions enabling mobile workforces and co-ordination, especially for small- and medium-sized enterprises. Ooredoo’s Equipment Lease-to-Own programme is helping Qatar’s CIOs to easily and affordably adopt the secure IT infrastructure to optimise costs, enhance communication, and drive business competitiveness.
Demonstrating the strong demand, Ooredoo says that Qatar’s business leaders are aligned with global trends that show the majority of global organisations (54%) are investing in unified communications and collaboration solutions to drive team communication and external collaboration, according to a recent survey by Harvard Business Review for technology giant Cisco.
Using unified communications and collaboration solutions, banks can shorten lines with video meetings, educational institutions can deliver virtual lectures, energy firms can improve communications and cut travel costs, healthcare providers can provide at-a-distance patient care, manufacturers can enable connected warehouses, and retailers can improve contact centre service.
“Qatar’s businesses 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,” the company added.
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