Pakistan Telecommunication Ltd (PTCL), UFone and Microsoft have entered into an Enterprise Agreement for Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure Optimization that will enable PTCL and Ufone to benefit from the Microsoft’s innovative products.
Walid Irshad, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PTCL while addressing the signing ceremony said that agreement would provide comprehensive software-support, which would realize the full potential of personnel at both PTCL and Ufone. “I am very optimistic that the deployment of Microsoft’s latest technology to enhance its capabilities and would lead to improve company’s operations” Irshad added. He said that through efficient communication, co-ordination and follow up mechanisms allowing us to enhance our service and quality.
CEO, Ufone Abdul Aziz said that this winning collaboration between us and the Microsoft would certainly be a key driver for our own development and for imperative growth of our valued customers. He said that this coalition with a world-renowned company would provide comprehensive software-support, which would enable customers for innovative telecom solutions and services.
Aziz also stated that we are confident that this alliance with Microsoft would support us in faster decision-making through the use of unique and most up-to-date software, facilitating us in transforming our IT infrastructure into a strategic asset. Addressing on the occasion Sherif Seddik, Regional Director, Microsoft North Africa, East Mediterranean and Pakistan said that this alliance is testimony of our long-term commitment to enhancing business operations in Pakistan.
After complete deployment in both the organizations, the IT infrastructure of PTCL and Ufone can be compared with the best companies in the world, he added. He said that training and Premier Support Services are also part of this agreement. Kamal Ahmed, the Country General Manager Microsoft Pakistan commenting on the alliance, said: “Our mission and values are to help the people and businesses to realise their full potential.