End-to-end managed IT services and solutions provider, Meeza, has announced the signing of a strategic contract with Public Works Authority (Ashghal) for managed IT services for five years. Meeza’s services and expertise lies in providing improved reliability, security, economies of scale, and expertise.
With this association, Meeza would offer the benefits of enterprise technology to Ashghal and combine it with a personalised, high-quality service.
Furthermore, the company will provide managed IT services based on Ashghal’s needs, preferences, operational, and capacity requirements, such as infrastructure-as-a-service, managed applications, managed networks, virtual desktop infrastructure, and others. In addition, both Ashghal and Meeza teams will work jointly to migrate existing critical services hosted in Ashghal Data Centre.
Meeza CEO engineer Ahmad Mohamed al-Kuwari, said: “We are elated to join hands with Ashghal to be its preferred IT partner of choice. Through this partnership, Meeza will work closely with Ashghal to improve IT services productivity, reliability, resiliency, and performance by introducing managed infrastructure, monitoring services, optimise support activities, and flexibility of obtaining and opt out services at any point of time for better resources management.
“With a view to expand our horizons, we have been reaching out to many influential companies in various industry verticals by offering our product portfolio and this partnership comes as a strong testimony of our undeterred efforts to become the IT service provider of choice. This partnership also offers an opportunity to serve the burgeoning infrastructure sector of Qatar.”
Ashghal president engineer Saad bin Ahmad al-Muhannadi said: “Our partnership with Meeza marks a new era of IT resurgence for Ashghal. In order to be future ready, we have decided to invest heavily into the new age IT services, which offer us an edge over others in the market. Through this strategic partnership, we aim to leverage Meeza’s enterprise technology offerings, which suits well for our overall business goals and provide us a clear roadmap to grow in the fast changing tech-led economy."
He added: “We are sure, through this collaboration, we would be able to offer newer paradigms in the infrastructure sector and be ready to serve the Qatar market. As we brace ourselves to deliver some of the largest expressways and integrated infrastructure projects in the future, this tie-up will certainly amp up our performance parametres.”
Meeza offers cost-effective IT solutions and services to help clients focus on their core business and scale rapidly. Delivering best-in-class IT security levels, Meeza helps clients minimise business risk, reduce IT capital expenditure, and speed up time-to-market for new initiatives.
Meeza, a Qatar Foundation joint venture, is an established end-to-end managed IT services and solutions provider based in Qatar that aims to accelerate the growth of the country and the region through the provision of world-class managed IT services and solutions. Meeza’s offerings include data centre services, cloud services and IT security services.
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