Oct 06, 2019
In the Presence of Dubai Crown Prince … STC Launch its Participation in GITEX
STC today marked the start of its participation in GITEX Dubai, the largest technology exhibition in the region, in the presence of the Crown Prince of Dubai Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in attendance of STC Chairman, HRH Mohammed Bin Khaled Abdullah Al-Faisal, and STC Group CEO, Eng. Naser AlNasser.
His Highness was briefed on the company’s latest ICT sector services and solutions, in line with its role as an enabler of digital services and transformation in the Kingdom.
Riyadh Moawad the EBU, SVP announced that STC’s chose “Tomorrow's Solutions Today” theme for this year to showcase its services and innovative solutions in the digitization of government and private sectors, cloud computing, big data analysis and cybersecurity solutions, plus its journey towards customer experience enrichment. It will also be showcasing solutions related to 5G, the last of which was rolled-out during the last Hajj, in 1440 AH. Moawad pointed out that these services reflects the valuable role of STC group in enabling digital solutions and the digital transformation in the Kingdom within 2030 Vision.
STC will also be outlining future digitization plans, the role of data centers in improving service efficiency, and the analysis of big data and its importance, helping it deliver tomorrow's solutions today. It will also be shedding light during the 2019 exhibition—which offers global suppliers a unique opportunity to enter fast-growing markets—on its major cloud, IoT, digital, and IT services, and updates to its telecom infrastructure, making it one of the most powerful networks delivering digital services. During the exhibition, STC will be highlighting the Kingdom's progress in the digital transformation as one of the Saudi Vision 2030 programs, where STC is considered to be the key enabler of the Kingdom's transformation in the public and private sectors.
Through its strategy, STC works primarily on the growth of services, platforms and digital infrastructure, taking into account the greater value of its existing assets—its employees, brand, customer base, technological assets, and business partners—to ensure that available resources are sufficient to invest in future opportunities.
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