The occasion welcomed Yousuf al Ojaili, president of British Petroleum Oman, as the guest of honour who detailed the considerable part that the Khazzan project is at present playing in additional diversifying Oman’s economy. This was a special chance for each the organization and business leaders to engage in an open dialogue on how, with each other, they can prepare to make each and every organisation future prepared and share their enterprise technologies requirements.
Ian Dench, chief executive officer at Ooredoo, stated, “As the sultanate’s digital partner, it is important for us to connect with our major business clientele and help them grow their organisations while staying connected to their customers. Part of becoming the preferred business ICT partner in this transformational technological age, Ooredoo is introducing new and advanced solutions to take businesses to the next level. This event was an opportunity for us to highlight several ways in which Ooredoo is already preparing to overcome future challenges and improve efficiency.”
The subjects beneath discussion incorporated Ooredoo’s Business App, which is the only B2B application that permits organizations to handle all of their base plans and bundles, execute transactions and make payments. Participants also discussed the Cloud options, introduced in 2017, which allow organizations to shop, access and back up information securely through virtual machines with a trustworthy expense-successful answer, saving on hardware and IT sources.
All these goods are obtainable to all organizations in Oman and can be tailored to match any size or price range. For specifics, pay a visit to www.ooredoo.om/Business.
Information Source: Muscat Daily