Meeza, Qatar’s prominent end-to-end managed IT services and solutions
provider, is helping Qatar Post substantially expand its IT capabilities
in the framework of reinventing the country’s postal sector to provide
‘21st century’ services to its citizens and businesses.
The partnership is part of Qatar Post’s modernisation drive and its recently revealed new visual identity.
Commenting on the development, Meeza CEO Ahmad Mohamed al-Kuwari said his company, a selected ICT partner of the Ministry of Transport and Communications, has been working closely with Qatar Post to understand its ICT transformation objectives and the exact ways to contribute to achieving their goals in the framework of the new identity.
Qatar Post chairman and managing director Faleh al-Naemi said Meeza’s experience in managed IT services and its track record of successful projects and ventures in the field, makes it the right partner.
“We are thrilled to work together to bring fully re-imagined world-class services to our users, as well as towards turning Qatar into one of the major logistical hubs between Asia and Europe.”
Meeza’s announcement comes on the heels of Qatar Post confirming that its newly revealed visual identity marks the postal company’s complete service overhaul, which includes single-counter services, a mobile application that tracks parcels and supports online payments, and a 25-branch renovation process, as well as Qatar’s first-of-its-kind logistics hub at the site of the old Doha International Airport.
To make this possible, Meeza will be providing Qatar Post with a sophisticated range of end-to-end managed IT services and solutions that cover the company’s ICT Infrastructure, security services, service operations, disaster recovery, call centre operations, as well as a number of end user “desktop-as-a-service” features.
Meeza, a Qatar Foundation joint venture, offers data centre services, cloud services and IT security services.
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