Business | July 1, 2021

Partnership Reinforces Telco Operator’s ICT Leadership in Region

Doha, Qatar

Ooredoo, a leading international communications provider, announced today it has achieved Platinum-tier Cloud Service Provider status with the Dell EMC partner programme for 2021.

Ooredoo’s Platinum Partner status reconfirms the company’s excellence and commitment to its partnership with Dell EMC, and recognises its outstanding technical capabilities to deliver high-value solutions to its business customers.

Ooredoo is the only telecom operator to have received the Dell Platinum-tier Cloud Service Provider status in the Gulf and Middle East region. Since Dell EMC is the leading provider of cloud infrastructure, this ensures that Ooredoo customers will now benefit from further access to the most innovative business solutions.

Following the achievement of Gold-tier Provider status in 2018, Ooredoo is better placed than ever to integrate its own business services with Dell EMC’s industry-leading cloud computing, storage, networking and virtualisation under one pre-configured system.

Sheikh Nasser Bin Hamad Bin Nasser Al Thani – Chief Commercial Officer at Ooredoo – said: “Achieving this status involved Ooredoo hitting revenue and training targets, bringing multiple rewards which we will be passing on to business customers. Such key partnerships and partnership levels with global providers reinforce Ooredoo’s claims to leadership in the ICT market.”

The benefits of Platinum-tier Provider status include eligibility for sales rebates, specially earmarked marketing development funds, consideration for key sales, Go-To-Market initiatives and campaign design, access to technical resources and collaborative sales and business planning.
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.