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ODP’s service offering to help in digital transformation

ODP’s service providing to aid in digital transformation

Responding to a expanding marketplace require to assistance different companies in their quest to modernise and enhance their personal ICT solutions, this new service from ODP is a significantly-welcomed addition to Oman’s IT-savvy marketplace, bringing with it a host of certified knowledge and encounter. This new service is aimed at assisting and guiding consumers by means of their digital transformation in perpetration for the 4th Industrial Revolution and gig economy.

Maqbool al Wahaibi, CEO of Oman Data Park stated, “Having begun our operations in 2012, ODP has accumulated a host of expertise both in the lines of top-notch certifications and the local know-how in managing the various ICT challenges that are associated in this fast-paced technologically driven world.”

He added, “We understand that businesses of today have enough challenges focused on their growth and we would like to address their ICT challenges through our PSaaS offering so that the businesses can focus on their core services.”

Wahaibi stated that maintaining a track of updating an on-premise enterprise remedy, be it ERP, network or storage requirements professional suggestions but that is not usually at hand.

“We will simplify this challenge with our certified experts who are qualified to consult and project manage a host of such business solutions and they will walk with you through your ICT transformation journey and ensure that you are served with a cost-effective solution,” he stated.

Supported and certified by a host of market major solutions providers such as VMware, Microsoft, Cisco, F5, Fortinet, Arbdor, Wedge Networks, Oracle, Veeam, Dell EMC, IBM Storage and SAP B1, this new service is aimed at assisting consumers with their advancement of computer software technologies, network and network safety, Cloud migration, disaster recovery and enterprise continuity, storage, information protection, applications and ERP options.

Hassan Ali, common manager, Service Delivery at ODP, stated, “We want to be the digital enabler for businesses in Oman and we plan to achieve this by not only offering our core services based on Managed and Cloud platforms but also offering our expertise as a professional service to customers, where we enable their on-premise technology to progress to the next level,” he stated.

Oman Data Park currently supports more than 500 nearby and international entities.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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