Fujitsu strengthens commitment with Qatar office
Fujitsu is supporting Qatar's National Vision 2030 initiative of becoming a sustainable and an efficient country
Fujitsu has announced its plans to extend its global reach by opening a new office in Qatar.
The inauguration of the new office is the company's way of responding to increased demand in the region among cloud services and the smart city revolution. The office launch innovate products and services into the Qatari market.
Fujitsu has seen a huge demand for its IT infrastructure and ERP application services within the country, and combined with Qatar's urbanisation plans, clients such as Qatar Petroleum, Oryx GTI, Nakilat, Qatari Diar and Hassad Food will benefit from Fujitsu's commitment to servicing the region with the new office.
Fujitsu Middle East's VP and managing director, Farid Al-Sabbagh, said: "We have long-term plans for Qatar. Our office in Doha will have highly skilled professionals to ensure the best service for our clients.
"Our success in Qatar comes from our customers' interest in making their operations efficient and safer, whilst deriving cost benefits out of existing infrastructure. Every quarter we add new clients and see a growing demand for our solutions."
The country's smart city plans include smart security and surveillance, environmental management, and disaster management solutions, which are integral to the development of Qatar as a modern, forward-thinking country which is experiencing fast-rate urbanisation.
"The harnessing of big data, developing the necessary ICT infrastructure and the urbanisation boom, means our services are in high demand, to the point where we see double digit growth for our company in Qatar for years to come," added Al-Sabbagh.
Fujitsu is building on its 15-year commitment to the Qatari market and its double-digit growth rate for the past five years, to help Qatar's National Vision 2030 initiative of a sustainable, environmentally responsible and efficient country.