Ooredoo, one of the region’s leading ICT providers, announced a partnership yesterday to provide Elan Group with the digital transformation solutions to achieve business success.
As part of the partnership, Ooredoo has deployed Business Collaboration Solutions to Elan Group, which is a diversified and integrated company across media, urban city beautification, and entertainment services.
Elan Group staff are now using a wide range of voice, immersive video conferencing, instant messaging, and intelligent voicemail solutions running on the Ooredoo digital platform. Ooredoo business collaboration services are hosted on the cloud and are secure, flexible, and scalable to meet Elan Group’s future growth needs.
Ooredoo COO Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi said: “Ooredoo’s partnership with Elan Group shows how Qatar’s leading organisations are using the latest collaboration solutions to enhance communication and productivity. Elan Group is exchanging best practices in using Ooredoo’s next-generation business collaboration solutions to make faster, easier, and smarter business decisions.”
Elan Group chief support officer Tariq al-Hammadi said: “Elan Group aims at fostering innovation and making fundamental decisions with its subsidiaries and international partners located in various geographical locations worldwide.
“Our partnership with Ooredoo provides our group and global partners with smart and easy communications through the business collaboration solutions. This new service is playing an essential role to support our business and communication with our stakeholders, leading to Elan’s success and business growth.”
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