Ooredoo, a pioneer in the 5G revolution, will be furthering its preparations, especially in the ICT sector, for a changing business and consumer global marketplace against the backdrop of a worldwide pandemic.
The telecoms powerhouse rates its ICT (information communication technology) services as being capable of addressing any customer challenge or business requirement.
Taken together, the Internet of Things (IoT), Data Centre and Cloud Services, Managed Security and Collaboration are the four key ICT product platforms that will play a major role in the period ahead, with their potential for success resting on the Ooredoo Supernet, which itself comprises 5G, a superior fibre network and connectivity solutions.
Key themes for Ooredoo now include enabling the digital economy, transport and logistics, connected things, smart buildings, and smart health. All businesses in Qatar, irrespective of size or sector, can adopt and adapt Ooredoo’s ICT offering to their current needs. These benefits will also be shown in an ongoing Ooredoo video campaign.
“Ooredoo is the leading reputable provider of ICT in Qatar. This promise is based on the most complete and wide range of ICT solutions, bringing the Qatar National Vision 2030 closer through continuous innovation and investment," said Sheikh Nasser al-Thani, chief business officer at Ooredoo.
Ooredoo ICT solutions both enable and transform new business models and generate new revenue streams and opportunities. These solutions can be delivered in standardised or bespoke forms, covering specific business needs, backed by an in-house team of experts.
Ooredoo has adopted a digital focus strategy to better address the mature telecom market in Qatar and at the same time introduce new technologies under the ICT umbrella of services.
Innovative Ooredoo solutions include fleet management, which allows tracking any business vehicle fleet quickly and easily from a laptop or mobile device, thus minimising unwanted costs and enhancing customer experience.
Elsewhere, as part of an innovative programme, Ooredoo's managed security solutions can protect customers and businesses from cyber threats, while the Qatar Data Centre provides multiple opportunities for data protection, enabling data sovereignty.
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 and broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, according to a statement.