BET­TER FOR BUSI­NESS

Qatar Today - - BUSINESS -

Ooredoo is in­vest­ing heav­ily and put­ting in­fra­struc­ture in place to pro­vide busi­ness cus­tomers with the lat­est, safest and best value for money so­lu­tions to meet their busi­ness needs. The com­pany says it is work­ing to po­si­tion it­self as the part­ner of choice for all busi­nesses – from small en­trepreneurs to large en­ter­prises – and of­fer an in­no­va­tive range of tai­lored mo­bile, fixed and ICT so­lu­tions to sup­port busi­ness cus­tomers. Ooredoo's goal is to de­velop a new range of smart ser­vices for Qatar. Cur­rent busi­ness port­fo­lio favourites of­fer great ser­vice and value in­clud­ing Ooredoo Busi­ness Fi­bre Plan, which of­fers great speeds of up to 300Mbps for cus­tomers. Busi­nesses across the coun­try, in­clud­ing lo­cal fashion brand Fanilla Cou­ture, are choos­ing Ooredoo Busi­ness Fi­bre for its re­li­a­bil­ity and speed.

De­signed and cre­ated lo­cally, Fanilla Cou­ture needs a re­li­able email con­nec­tion and fixed line to stay in touch with sup­pli­ers and re­tail­ers 24/7, and en­sure that pric­ing and pro­duc­tion is al­ways on track. “I need to be able to contact sup­pli­ers around the world and con­nect to so­cial me­dia wher­ever I am via any de­vice, which is why Ooredoo's Su­per­net was the only choice for me.” says Fanilla Cou­ture owner, Razan Suli­man.

Mi­Nis Doha also in­vested in Ooredoo's Su­per­net, with a Mo­bile Broad­band data bun­dle and state-of-the-art My-Fi and My-Fi cra­dle de­vice. Con­nec­tion was a pri­or­ity for the in­de­pen­dent busi­ness and con­nect­ing via a stan­dard fi­bre line was not pos­si­ble due to the cater­ing cabin's lo­ca­tion at The Pearl Qatar. With plans in place for ex­pan­sion across Qatar, the con­nec­tiv­ity so­lu­tion needed to be scal­able. An­other chal­lenge for the busi­ness was the need to con­nect to its Point of Sale sys­tem, so that the com­pany could mon­i­tor trends in sales and see how its op­er­a­tions are do­ing in real time.

“Mi­NiS Doha is re­liant on tech­nol­ogy to stay alive. Ev­ery day we take pic­tures, share our spe­cials and use so­cial me­dia to ad­ver­tise our lo­ca­tions and open­ing times. In just over 17 weeks we grew our In­sta­gram and Snapchat fol­low­ing to more than 7,000 po­ten­tial cus­tomers and I need Ooredoo's re­li­able and strong In­ter­net con­nec­tion to stay linked to them wher­ever I am,” said Ali Al Saadi, Mi­NiS Doha owner.

For full de­tails of all the so­lu­tions avail­able from Ooredoo, pop into an Ooredoo branch with a ded­i­cated Busi­ness Desk or ring the busi­ness team on 800 8000. Visit www.ooredoo.qa/ busi­nessin­stincts for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

OOREDOO RE­CENTLY AN­NOUNCED ITS VI­SION TO BE­COME THE LEAD­ING BUSI­NESS-TO-BUSI­NESS EN­ABLER IN QATAR.

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