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MEEZA opens command and control centre in Doha

Managed IT services provider, MEEZA has taken the covers off a new command and control centre in Qatar

MEEZA has announced the opening of its new Command and Control Centre, known as C3, in Doha. The Qatar-based managed IT services provider claims the new facility will enable its clients, which include Vodafone Qatar and Doha Land, to provide services to customers with access to information around the clock.

“As Qatar continues to develop and become more prominent on the world stage it is vital that businesses in Qatar and the region can offer customers the standards they have come to expect globally. Customers are the most important people in your business; therefore you need to be able to meet their growing needs and demands," said James Fanella, VP of sales and marketing at MEEZA.

The Command and Control Centre is housed at the Qatar Science and Technology Par and is the only managed services commercial centre of its kind in the country, according to MEEZA. The facility has space for 50 engineers who can use the centre to monitor the IT infrastructure of clients.

“MEEZA is committed to providing its clients with a reliable and professional service. The new Centre allows us to be even more agile in our approach to problem solving and the 24/7 monitoring capability offers additional peace of mind for our clients. It is services like these which make us the IT partner of choice for several leading companies in Qatar and the Middle East," said Michael Molsen, VP of operations at MEEZA.

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