Microsoft appoints Al Mulla as UAE country manager

Microsoft Gulf and Eastern Mediterranean (GEM) has appointed Abdullatif Al Mulla as its country manager for the United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

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By  Robin Duff Published  June 7, 2001

Microsoft Gulf and Eastern Mediterranean (GEM) has appointed Abdullatif Al Mulla as its country manager for the United Arab Emirates and Yemen. Al Mulla will head a team of account managers and system engineers taking care of e-business and e-government initiatives in both countries.

“We are pleased to have a well focused and experienced team to service the numerous initiatives in the country,” said Bahram Mohazzebi, general manager, Microsoft GEM. “We are fortunate to be working in partnership with the local government, that under the leadership of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is exemplary in its adoption and implementation of e-government initiatives. We are confident that we will be able to support and assist the government as well as the private sector as they continue to harness IT to automate government and business processes.”

The UAE team has also been recently joined by Essa Ahmed Almulla, who will handle operations in the northern Emirates with specific focus on government and other strategic customers.

The team will also be supported by Abdullah Lootah who will support Microsoft’s initiatives in Dubai, focusing primarily on the company’s partnership and investments with Dubai Internet City, Dubai Ideas Oasis and Dubai Media City.

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