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Meeza signs deal with Qatar’s Supreme Council of Family Affairs

Meeza, a Qatar based IT solutions and services provider, has signed a partnership agreement with Qatar’s Supreme Council of Family Affairs, a large government and public entity.

The partnership covers complete IT outsourcing including, IT infrastructure design, building, management and support, consultancy and project management.  With this new agreement, Meeza will be providing the necessary IT solutions and infrastructure to help the Supreme Council for Family Affairs reduce costs, enhance productivity and efficiency, provide business scalability as well as reduce risks.

By signing this partnership, Meeza will be able to support the government sector, promote international trends in IT services, and most importantly contribute to the 2030 Qatar National Vision of a knowledge based economy.

The Supreme Council for Family Affairs will be the first government entity in Qatar to outsource all its services to Meeza, paving the way for other entities to follow it.

Her Excellency Ms Noor Al Malki General Secretary of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs said, “This partnership will enable the Supreme Council for Family Affairs to continue functioning in a more professional manner, supporting the main aim of strengthening the Qatari family presence and its role in society.”

MEEZA Chairman and CEO, Rashid Al Naimi said, ”The Supreme Council for Family Affairs will benefit from Meeza’s experienced people, standards-driven processes and world-class technology.

Meeza in turn aims to promote increased IT maturity within government and public sectors in Qatar by enabling these entities to focus on their core functions, increase their productivity and be able to rapidly scale their organisational operations to service the Qatari community.

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