Ooredoo expands its business offering

Company has launched a range of special packages and services for the SME sector
Dr. Nasser Marafih, Group CEO at Ooredoo.
Dr. Nasser Marafih, Group CEO at Ooredoo.

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Ooredoo is expanding its business services across its foot print, as B2B services now represent a 16% of total Group turnover, as of its most recent financial results, said the company.

In December 2014, the Group announced a strategy to invest significantly in the competencies and resources necessary to build its position in B2B segment.

In particular, Ooredoo has seen significant returns from the small and medium enterprise sector, which provides the backbone of many economies across Asia and the Middle East. Building on its experience in this area, Ooredoo has launched a range of special packages and services specifically designed for smaller companies.

The company has a team of more than 1,100 B2B professionals as part of the Ooredoo Business Unit. As part of the expasion, Ooredoo has established a Sales Academy where more than 600 sales team members are being trained.

Dr. Nasser Marafih, Group CEO at Ooredoo, said: “Ooredoo positions itself to be the partner of choice for a full range of businesses, from home offices through to the largest enterprises, and we are offering an innovative range of mobile and fixed solutions to support business customers. With an estimated potential of nine million companies across our footprint, we are developing significant experience and a deeper understanding of business needs, which in turn is driving the development of a new range of smart services.”

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