Cisco ME announces appointment of country sales lead for Oman

Waheed Al Hamaid will lead Cisco’s business in Oman and will focus on developing the partner ecosystem.

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Cisco ME announces appointment of country sales lead for Oman Waheed Al Hamaid, country sales lead for Oman, Cisco Middle East.
By  Alexander Sophoclis Pieri Published  January 10, 2017

Cisco Middle East has announced the appointment of Waheed Al Hamaid as country sales lead for Oman.        

Shukri Eid, managing director - East Region, Cisco Middle East said, "As a technology leader, our focus is on accelerating our ability to respond to our customer and partner needs in support of their aspirations.

"Waheed Al Hamaid is a passionate leader with an extensive track record of achievements under his belt, and I am confident of our ability to realise the tremendous opportunities that exist in Oman with him at the helm. 

He added: "His appreciation of the vital confluence between technology and business impact, combined with his profound appreciation for the opportunities presented by digitisation position us ideally to execute against our strategic priorities and drive continued growth."

In addition to expanding the company's presence in the country and leading its business operations within the Sultanate, Al Hamaid will also look to develop Cisco's partner ecosystem. 

This in turn will support both private and public sector customers in their efforts to digitise and transform their operations to drive business outcomes.                      

Commenting on his appointment, Al Hamaid shared: "This is a dynamic time in Oman where we are experiencing fast-paced changes and evolving trends across government and multiple industries. As an Omani, I take great pride when I look at what the Sultanate has achieved so far. Now is the time for Oman to enter the next phase of its economic strategy by harnessing the power of digitisation.

"At Cisco, our role is to help accelerate our partners', customers' and the government's journeys towards becoming smarter, more competitive and more engaged in the new economy. Technology must focus on addressing urban challenges, addressing social, environmental and economic sustainability challenges, while enabling a better quality of life for Oman residents and more satisfying experiences for visitors."

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