Meeza, a Qatar Foundation joint venture, has won in the ‘Service Provider of the Year’ category by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC) at the ‘4th Qatar IT Business Awards’.
The event honours organisations that have benefited the ICT Industry and the development of innovation. The award programme is an annual event where an independent panel of experts in technology and business judge the awards nominations.
Meeza CEO engineer Ahmad al-Kuwari said, “It is an honour and a great achievement for us at Meeza to win in the ‘Service Provider of the Year’ category at the prestigious Qatar IT Business Awards 2018.
“This recognition is a testament to the company’s efforts and hard work in delivering on its commitment to offer service excellence and best practices in managed IT services to all its customers. Meeza is committed to operational excellence and commercial success and the award will also motivate us to continue our serious and diligent efforts and develop our services in line with the market requirements.”
Meeza won in the ‘Service Provider of the Year’ category for providing a sophisticated range of end-to-end managed IT services and solutions, ICT infrastructure, security services, service operations, disaster recovery, and call centre operations, as well as a number of end user ‘desktop-as-a-service’ features.
Meeza is an established end-to-end managed IT services and solutions provider based in Qatar that aims to accelerate the growth of the country and the region by providing world-class managed IT services and solutions. Meeza’s offerings include data centre services, cloud services, and IT security services.
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