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Ooredoo has won the ‘Digital Service Assurance Innovator of the Year’ award for the Middle East and North Africa region by global digital software leader BMC Software, highlighting Qatar Data Centre’s innovative digital transformation.
BMC is a global leader in innovative software solutions, which recognised Ooredoo at the recent BMC Exchange 2017 Customer Awards. Ooredoo was one of three winners from the Middle East and North Africa, and stood out among BMC’s more than 10,000 customers. Evaluation experts praised Ooredoo for using industry-leading BMC software solutions to take Qatar Data Centre to the next level, particularly in enhancing IT service management and digital service management platforms.
Ooredoo was cited for the speed of deployment, return on investment, and high levels of customer satisfaction. Ooredoo Qatar COO Yousef Abdulla al-Kubaisi said: “Winning the region’s ‘Digital Service Assurance Innovator of the Year’ award is a major accomplishment by Ooredoo, underlining our commitment to innovation for service automation, operational excellence, and supporting Qatar’s digital transformation.
“Ooredoo will continue to enhance Qatar’s leading data centre, allowing our business customers to deliver new digital business models and further enhance customer satisfaction.”
The Qatar Data Centre is one of the region’s most advanced data centre facilities, offering a full range of managed and hosted services. Business customers can benefit from business continuity and disaster recovery, cloud solutions, data backup and restoration, hosting and co-location, infrastructure monitoring and management, IT security, managed storage and web content delivery.
Business customers can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo “Best for Business,” thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years.
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