Tuesday, 6 Jun 2023
Ooredoo discusses challenges and opportunities of digitalisation

Ooredoo discusses challenges and possibilities of digitalisation

Muscat – 

Led by CEO Ian Dench, Ooredoo organised a workshop with senior banking officials which includes H E Tahir bin Salim al Amri, executive president of Central Bank of Oman, and business executives, to talk about and evaluate the challenges and possibilities enabled by digitalisation these days. 

Held at the Kempinski Hotel in Muscat, the session addressed the growing demand for digital banking and how technological advancements play a crucial part in enriching consumer experiences

Dench mentioned, “As technology evolves, we all have to keep up with latest digital trends to stay connected to our customers. Customers want the ease and convenience of having things at their fingertips and Ooredoo is on-hand to support businesses with their digital transition through a range of communications solutions. As the digital partner of choice, it is important that we meet industry leaders to understand where they are and where they want to go to ‘be digital’.”

H E Amri touched on the value of the digital transformation of the banking sector. As an business, banking has often played a substantial part in the progress of society. From funding neighborhood organizations to investing in mega projects, banks are powering communities in terms of development and improvement. Today, banking has gone beyond easy deposits and investments to encompass a total digital transformation.

Partnerships play a crucial part in the progression of this transformation. As a outcome, Ooredoo has often been there to help banks as they make the shift towards digitalising their solutions. With growing enhancements all through the business which includes automated tellers, sophisticated ATMs and even automated branches, Ooredoo has added options such as cloud solutions, IoT, ICT and Security, and D2C to cater to evolving needs.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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