Ooredoo launched Tuesday Cloud PABX, the latest cloud-based unified communications solution, with Webex by Cisco.
Ooredoo Cloud PABX is a collaboration solution with key features that support business continuity and strengthen customer offerings for secure and scalable unified communications.
It works over Ooredoo Business fibre broadband and includes several options for Ooredoo business customers, including fixed mobile convergence, unified messaging, call control services, and voice and video conferencing, as well as integrations with Webex Calling and Webex Meeting, Microsoft Teams, and Cisco and Yealink IP phones.
With this new solution, Ooredoo’s customers can be reached regardless of their location or device, manage their telephone service, and enjoy the flexibility of working anywhere while remaining connected to their clients and colleagues.
Thani al-Malki, chief business officer at Ooredoo, said: “In pursuit of our goal of upgrading our customers’ worlds, we have a strategic commitment to investment in innovation and technology, and to finding, establishing, and developing partnerships with the world’s leading technology and innovation providers.
“Ooredoo Cloud PABX with Webex is an excellent example of both commitments and our collaboration will enable our business customers to upgrade their worlds by simplifying and unifying their communications.”
Hasan Khan, general manager, Cisco Qatar, said: “We are pleased to collaborate with Ooredoo to deliver Cloud PABX with Webex by Cisco. This solution will help enable Ooredoo to offer small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) a more complete solution with our inclusive Webex technology, addressing the communication needs of SMBs and helping them thrive in a hybrid work world.”
Ooredoo Cloud PABX with Webex will be available in three distinct packages: Standard Enterprise, Advance, and UC-One Premium. Customers can also mix and match add-ons to create the package that best suits their business’s needs.
Thani al-Malki, chief business officer at Ooredoo, and Hasan Khan, general manager, Cisco Qatar, exchanging agreements.