Ooredoo Kuwait successfully concluded its first meeting in Silicon Valley

Ooredoo will continue to deliver the best in class digital services to customers
Ooredoo is currently visiting Silicon Valley in California.
Ooredoo is currently visiting Silicon Valley in California.

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Representatives and leaders from Ooredoo Kuwait visited Silicon Valley in California USA to seek ways to serve its customers better. The visit will include various meetings at several technology companies and organisations.

The visit to Silicon Valley began with a meeting held at CISCO, a worldwide leader in IT and networking; whereby Ooredoo Telecom management met a number of executives.
Ooredoo Kuwait delegation is headed by CEO Sh. Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Thani.

“The main objective behind our visit to CISCO comes in line with Ooredoo strategy “Digitise to Differentiate”, whereby we focus on digital as a key pillar to transform our customers’ experience and enrich our breadth of offerings, while adopting a mobile-first mindset,” said Al Thani “With the support of CISCO, we will be able to deliver the best in class services to our customers, and move forward with our network modernisation plans to bring the best cutting-edge technology services to the Kuwaiti Market.”

Ooredoo Kuwait’s delegation will be visiting a number of renowned tech companies while in Silicon Valley and the visit will continue for a week.

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