May 28, 2024

Ooredoo Group and Microsoft partnership offers clients business cloud solutions

Ooredoo Group and Microsoft signing at MWC2023. Image Courtesy-Ooredoo

Ooredoo Group has announced recently expanding its partnership with Microsoft enabling its firms to provide business customers with additional cloud services – either individually or bundled with Ooredoo’s connectivity services.

Industry sources added that this partnership aims on offering a range of services-from productivity tools, like Office365 and Microsoft Teams, for the efficient execution of business processes.

Aziz Aluthman Fakhroo, Managing Director and Group Chief Executive Officer at Ooredoo

Aziz Aluthman Fakhroo, Managing Director and Group Chief Executive Officer at Ooredoo stated: “The tech industry, particularly the telecom sector, is rapidly evolving. Demand for innovative products, services, and solutions is growing exponentially as businesses continue to modernize their operations. Our partnership with Microsoft – a long-standing partner of Ooredoo – enables us to respond to increased market demand for cloud-based solutions and services. This will, in turn, help our business customers upgrade the way they work by accelerating their digitization journey, building resilience, and catering to their own customers’ needs.”

“We at Microsoft take pride in our unmatched partner ecosystem and we believe partners are essential to how we deliver innovative products and services to customers around the world,” said Bin Shen, Vice President of Global Communications Partners at Microsoft. “Our relationship with Ooredoo Group as a valuable partner in Qatar and the region spans many years, and as the digital landscape continues to evolve, we are excited to expand our partnership to deliver on the promise of cloud transformation for their business customers across regions, industries, and organizations.”

Industry sources further added that the roll-out of the partnership will take place throughout 2023 and will encompass all of Ooredoo Group’s companies. The extended partnership with Microsoft consolidates Ooredoo’s position as a one-stop-shop, not only for connectivity solutions and services but also for third-party, cloud-based solutions and services, ensuring a comprehensive offering and support for its B2B customers.


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