Ooredoo executive leadership team visits Microsoft HQ for to discuss future of enterprise cloud, telco industry
August 13 2022 07:47 PM
Ooredoo and Microsoft officials during a tour of the tech giant's Executive Briefing Centre and Indu
Ooredoo and Microsoft officials during a tour of the tech giant's Executive Briefing Centre and Industry Experience Centre in Seattle, US.

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Ooredoo Qatar’s executive leadership team has toured Microsoft’s Executive Briefing Centre and Industry Experience Centre at the tech giant’s headquarters in Seattle, US, as part of a top-level visit to its longstanding partner.
The tour came as part of the joint collaboration between Ooredoo and Microsoft, based upon a shared commitment to envisioning the future of a modern digital economy and the role of intelligent telecommunications networks.
In the two-day seminar held at Microsoft’s Executive Briefing Centre, senior executives from both companies collaborated to discuss strategies and industry best practices in areas of corporate culture transformation, the metaverse, Industry 4.0, edge computing, consumer experience, smart cities, critical infrastructure, and digital cloud services for governments and private enterprises.
As part of the visit, Ooredoo also announced its plans to launch Microsoft Teams Calling as a Service. The launch will make Ooredoo the first Microsoft partner in Qatar to offer the unique service, which is a calling integration with Microsoft’s Teams platform that enables remote work and frontline worker scenarios which will, in turn, improve the digital capabilities of service staff during the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Ooredoo and Microsoft’s successful collaboration on smart health solutions to be implemented in Qatar was also discussed as an industry best practice, taking into consideration the role modern telecommunications networks are playing in accelerating cloud technology adoption across critical industries.
The tour was concluded with a visit to Microsoft’s Industry Experience Centre, where Microsoft partner solutions built on top of Microsoft’s cognitive cloud and edge services in the fields of healthcare, retail, logistics, sports, and the metaverse were showcased in a series of live demonstrations.
Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulla al-Thani, deputy Group CEO and CEO of Ooredoo Qatar, said: “This meeting with Microsoft’s executive leadership team, boosted by an on-site tour and hands-on encounter with cutting-edge technologies, served to extend the already solid ties between Ooredoo and Microsoft.
“The visit to Microsoft HQ further cements our partnership and sets the scene for future collaboration and work towards our shared strategy and goals. Digital cloud enablement for social and economic uplift remains a strategic priority area for Ooredoo, and we will continue to play a decisive role along with Microsoft in our markets.”
He added: “We have a strategic commitment to bringing the latest technologies to Qatar in our drive to support progress towards achievement of the goals of the Qatar National Vision 2030, and to ensure that the country remains at the forefront of technological innovation and to help drive economic growth for our country.”
The Ooredoo delegation’s visit to Microsoft HQ was the latest in a series of visits to world-leading technology partners in the US.



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