Ooredoo has reported strong feedback on hosting the annual ‘Qatar Hospitality IT Think Tank’ conference, an event that showcased how digital transformation can enable new levels of growth and innovation for Qatar’s hospitality sector.
Qatar is set to host numerous mega-events in the coming years, and Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy 2030 is calling on extensive hospitality growth and diversification. In anticipation, hotels, resorts, and boutique properties are accelerating digital transformation to optimise operations and costs, reduce vacancy, and enhance guest experiences.
During the recent ‘Qatar Hospitality IT Think Tank’, Ooredoo showcased the latest technology innovations that can enable digital transformation and presented case studies on hospitality digital success. In turn, IT decision-makers from Qatar’s hospitality sector exchanged best practices and networked with one another.
Ooredoo COO Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi said: “Ooredoo’s leveraging technology infrastructure and extensive experience with leading hotels to enable the digital transformation of Qatar’s hospitality sector. Technology is a differentiator for Qatar’s hotels to attract and retain guests, and to support tourism growth and economic diversification.”
Ooredoo showcased its business collaboration solution, Ooredoo and Cisco Webex Teams solution, Ooredoo tv Hospitality, and Smart Wi-Fi.
Al-Kubaisi added: “In Qatar’s hotels, communication and collaboration can make staff more productive. TV screens can keep guests informed and entertained. High-speed Wi-Fi can ensure that guests have the secure and customised experiences for their leisure and business needs.”
Business customers can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo “Best for Business,” thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years.
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