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Etisalat signs pact with HCL Technologies

Etisalat has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreement with HCL Technologies, a leading global IT services provider, to bilaterally cooperate and explore collaborative opportunities for offering innovative ICT services to customers.  The partnership agreement was signed by Abdulla Hashim, Senior Vice President, Business Solutions at Etisalat and  Virender Aggarwal, President, APAC & MEA, at HCL Technologies.

As per the agreement, Etisalat and HCL Technologies will work together to explore the possibility of collaboration for offering joint ICT solutions to business customers in the areas of Mobility, Cloud Computing and advanced ICT services. The organizations will endeavor to share intellectual capital and industry expertise, towards developing and offering collaborative ICT value propositions to enable Middle East enterprises leverage new disruptive technologies towards accelerating their business growth.

Commenting on the partnership, Abdulla Hashim, Senior Vice President, Business Solutions at Etisalat said: “Etisalat is delighted to partner with HCL Technologies in our unswerving commitment to offer new age ICT solutions and provide enhanced value centric services to our customers. Through this intellectual capital driven association Etisalat endeavors to provide a differentiated user experience to its customers while reducing complexity and cost. This unique knowledge based partnership will create unparalleled level of expertise to implement, support and facilitate effective use of ICT applications and technologies.”

“In addition to providing avant-garde services for our customers, this partnership will also consolidate Etisalat’s position as the region’s most forward-looking telecommunications and ICT service provider, as we continue to lead innovative developments in the ICT industry and seek to shape the technology and communications market of the future,”  Hashim added.


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