Nakilat was presented with ‘Microsoft Digital Transformation Award 2018’ during a ceremony hosted by Microsoft in Doha recently.
The award was received by Nakilat’s Information Technology manager Hamad Rashid Suwaid.
The award is a recognition of Nakilat’s “outstanding” efforts in executing its comprehensive digital transformation strategy across its integrated operations.
“Taking advantage of leading-edge technologies, Nakilat creates a space for enhanced collaborations between employees and improves decision-making capabilities using real-time business data and analytics,” a company release said.
Nakilat has received several awards in IT, which is a testament to the company’s continuous dedication in pursuing innovative ways to create additional value to its operations and increase its competitive advantage.
Nakilat’s chief administration officer Rashid Hamad al-Marri said, “We are grateful to be recognised for our efforts and contributions to the IT sector, as well as to all our partners for their support and co-operation throughout the journey. This award serves as a great acknowledgement of Nakilat’s impressive journey and is a testament to the skill, ingenuity, and vision of our employees.
“This award further highlights Nakilat’s continuous dedication in pursuing innovative ways to create additional value to its operations and increase its competitive advantage and strengthening its position to be a global leader and provider of choice for energy transportation and maritime services”.
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