Ooredoo Group Achieves Cisco Gold Partnership to Support Middle East Digital Transformation

07 April 2018 . Global
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Ooredoo Qatar, Kuwait, and Oman Can Enhance Small- and Medium-Size Enterprise Adoption of Cisco’s Advanced Networking Solutions

 

Ooredoo Group has achieved the highest-possible partnership status from Cisco, for Ooredoo’s Qatar, Kuwait, and Oman operations to enable the digital transformation of small- and medium-sized enterprises.

As a Cisco Gold Certified Partner, Ooredoo Group’s Qatar, Kuwait, and Oman operations will further integrate the deepest level of Cisco solutions across collaboration, enterprise networking, data centre virtualisation, security, and service provider technology.

“Middle East small- and medium-sized enterprises are drivers of economic growth and job creation,” said Sheikh Saud Bin Nasser Al Thani, Group Chief Executive Officer, Ooredoo. “As a Cisco Gold Partner, Ooredoo will enhance our partnership with Cisco to enable organisations in Qatar, Kuwait, and Oman to digitally transform. Our leading network infrastructure combined with Cisco’s advanced networking solutions can reduce complexity, optimise costs, and deliver new digital business models.”

As Cisco Gold Certified partner, Ooredoo meets the rigorous standards set by Cisco in networking competency, service, support, and customer satisfaction. Cisco Gold Certification provides Ooredoo with access to comprehensive sales, technical, training, and lifecycle services and support available from Cisco, to better serve Ooredoo Business Customers and in response to growing ICT market needs.

“Middle East organisations are early adopters of hybrid IT models to enable business transformation and achieve nationwide digital transformation”, added Sheikh Saud. “By recognising Ooredoo as a Cisco Gold Certified partner, we will be able to better provide the full stack of technology solutions that meet our customers’ business needs, and enhance staff training to accelerate our customers’ digital transformation journeys.”

This is the latest in a series of strategic partnerships, as part of the company’s work to modernise and simplify businesses’ IT infrastructure and enable new levels of internet access to support their digital transformation.

 

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