Vodafone Qatar and The Group Securities have signed an agreement that sees Qatar’s largest brokerage firm use Vodafone’s business solutions, including high-speed Corporate Internet and SMS service to guarantee a seamless trading experience for its more than 400,000 investors.
This followed an extensive assessment of Vodafone’s technical and commercial capabilities that was put to test during the recent Qatar Aluminum Manufacturing Company (Qamco) initial public offering.
The Group processed thousands of electronic transactions via their mobile and online trading platforms supported by Vodafone’s high-quality Internet bandwidths.
Moreover, Vodafone’s SMS service allowed The Group to instantly connect with their customers for trading updates.
Vodafone Qatar head of Large Sales Mahday al-Hebabi said: “We’re proud to be the telecom partner of choice for The Group and to be supporting their delivery of a seamless trading environment using our world class robust network and solutions.
“At Vodafone, our aim is to be a leading partner in providing intelligent platforms and connectivity solutions for the country’s businesses to play our part in Qatar’s further progress and prosperity.”
Vodafone Qatar is working on creating a strong digital ecosystem by providing key businesses in the country with its world-class solutions. Last month, the company unveiled GigaNet — the network of the future — Vodafone’s promise to customers and to the country to pioneer the latest technologies and innovations.
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