Wipro completes Qatar Petroleum project

The 11-month project involved Wipro consultants working on designing and testing the solution. The IT major implemented the project on time and within budget.

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By  Angela Prasad Published  June 8, 2005

Wipro, the consulting and IT services firm from India has successfully completed the engineering consultancy and IP telephony project for Qatar Petroleum. Wipro was selected by Qatar Petroleum to provide the services for its Ras Abu Aboud development project. The 11-month project involved Wipro consultants working on designing and testing the solution. The IT major implemented the project on time and within budget. "We are happy to announce the successful completion of the convergence project by Wipro. The project timelines were aggressive and Wipro ensured timely completion of the project with the deliverables meeting our expectations. We were also impressed by Wipro’s understanding of convergence,” says Nasser A. Kamal, project manager, engineering department-major projects at Qatar Petroleum. “We are committed to Qatar and look forward to adding value to our customers’ technology initiatives. Successful projects like these go a long way in reiterating our commitment towards high customer satisfaction,” says Suresh Vaswani, president of Wipro. Wipro started its operations in Middle East region in June 2001. In the subsequent years it expanded its operations in the region to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait. Some of its customers in the region include-Doha Bank, Gulf Insurance Company, Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority, Dubai Metal and Commodity Center, SPC and Dubai Municipality among others.

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