Meeza, a leading IT solutions and service provider, will be the strategic partner of Qitcom 2014, Qatar’s foremost technology event.
The event is organised by fischerAppelt, Qatar in collaboration with the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR).
The three-day event, starting on May 26 at Qatar National Convention Centre, is one of the region’s popular technology expos.
Now in its third edition, Qitcom 2014 will be a platform for all aspects of ICT development and innovation in Qatar, the Gulf and throughout the world.
A Qatar Foundation joint venture, Meeza is the leading managed IT service provider in Qatar, providing essential IT support and services.
Ghada El-Rassi, CEO, Meeza, said: “Our involvement with one of the leading technology events in this region underlines Meeza’s commitment to enhance and support the ICT infrastructure in Qatar and the region.
“Qitcom is a vital platform showcasing technological advances in Qatar as well as throughout the region, and such developments support Qatar’s economic diversification, in line with the National Vision 2030,” she added.
As strategic partner, Meeza shares ictQATAR’s vision and mission in linking businesses closer to technology and promoting the adoption and utilisation of available technology through Qitcom.
Opportunities for investment in and to capitalise on the rapidly developing Qatar market will be the focus of Qitcom 2014, as it attracts progressive businesses, innovators and industry leaders as well as ICT professionals, consumers, entrepreneurs, students and enthusiasts to see how technological developments globally can help shape Qatar’s future.
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