Lebanon's OGERO signs MoU with Dell Technologies to advance its digital infrastructure

The agreement will enhance customer experience and drive down costs.
Both the companies will collaborate to understand the unique requirements and objectives of each other
Both the companies will collaborate to understand the unique requirements and objectives of each other

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By signing the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), both OGERO, the leading telecommunications provider in Lebanon and Dell Technologies will further enhance their technological capabilities with the aim of enhancing customer experience and driving down costs. The partnership will also help OGERO implement state-of-the-art, reliable, secure and adaptable solutions that will fuel Lebanon's digital connectivity and infrastructure.

Since being founded in 1972, OGERO has constantly been innovating to meet the evolving needs of customers. In fact, it has become one of the most trusted and go-to option for all telecom networks. Furthermore, it is also constantly innovating to improve and expand its portfolio to include voice and data services primarily based on Fiber (FTTx).

Today however, success for an organization is based on whether it is able to deliver a differentiated product or service to the market. The MoU signed between both organizations will now have them work to implement a significant cloud project that will host their workload as well as those from their affiliates. The solutions offered by Dell Technologies will enable OGERO to become more agile to operate and capitalize on the opportunities that will present themselves in any market condition.

Furthermore, both the companies will collaborate to understand the unique requirements and objectives of each other, its customers and the Lebanese government in order to lay the foundation on which a thriving and sustainable economy can be built. 

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