Batelco launches its first cloud service
Manama, September 1, 2012
Batelco, the leading telecom service provider in Bahrain, has launched its first cloud service IMaaS, a software as a service (SaaS) platform that enables firms to build business decisions based on unique insights into their infrastructure.
IMaaS transforms complex data into usable content and allows key decision makers to form and run strategies that are shaped by true and detailed business scenarios, a Batelco statement said.
Batelco IMaaS is one of the first cloud based services launched in the Bahrain, and is one of many cloud initiatives which will be carried out by Batelco in the near future.
Built to support organisations of any size, IMaaS provides users with the ability to makes decisions based on transparency, visibility and effectiveness. The platform enables organisations to streamline business collaboration from a single, unified portal that can be mapped to any third party application.
Chief executive Batelco Bahrain, Rashid Abdulla, said: “IMaaS will transform the way business leaders understand how their organisations run. Although IT is a key part of a company’s ecosystem, it often works as a silo, making it challenging for non IT executives to build fully comprehensive plans."
“The user friendly platform helps demystify complex IT data, resulting in solid decision making capabilities that work to drive profit margins up. Our customers will benefit significantly from using IMaaS to unify their business management.”
IMaaS is a valued addition to Batelco’s suit of business solutions offered to its corporate clients. Following industry best practice, the unifying business solution is built on Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) standards.
Presented through a set of user friendly, customizable dashboards, business leaders can have full visibility of their enterprises’ activities, the company statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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